Soprano Sadie Rosales is a native of Montana, and currently teaches and sings in the New York City area. Last season she made her company debut with Opera Oggi as Suor Angelica. Other roles include Donna Anna, Rosalinda, Musetta, Elle in La Voix Humaine, and Josephine in H.M.S Pinafore. Recently, Ms. Rosales made her New York recital debut under the auspices of Artist's International at Weill Recital Hall, performing works of Sibelius, Berg, Turina, Britten and Bielawa. Other notable appearances include Kepler with Oper Linz at BAM, and Einstein on the Beach at Carnegie Hall with the Phillip Glass Ensemble. Ms. Rosales has been heard frequently in New York with many organizations including the VOX vocal ensemble and the Virgin Consort. Ms. Rosales has received numerous acting and singing awards from many organizations including the Metropolitan Opera Council, the National Association of Teachers of Singing, The Teatro Felice Voice Competition and Lyric Opera Cleveland. She is the recipient of the Max Berman Prize in Opera, the Italo Tajo Prize in Opera, the Florence Bauer Vocal Scholarship and the Greenwall Award. Sadie Rosales earned a Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music, with graduate studies at New York University and is a member of AEA.