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Callie is a lirico-spinto soprano born and raised in Orlando, Florida. She completed her undergraduate degree at Vanderbilt University (2020) with a Bachelor of Music in Musical Arts (Voice). While she was here, she also completed substantial course work in child psychology, although she did not pursue a degree. After her time at Vanderbilt, she attended Graduate school at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee (2022) where she was awarded a Master of Music in Opera Performance. 

Callie has performed in Operas both nationally and internationally. Her highlighted roles and role studies include Suor Angelica in Suor Angelica with both Utah Vocal Arts Academy and the Boston Conservatory at Berklee, La Contessa in Le nozze di Figaro with both Lyrique-en-mer international festival de Belle Ile and the Boston Conservatory at Berklee, and Zelda '48 in The Ghost of Gatsby at Vanderbilt University. Her ensemble credits include Tosca, Le nozze di Figaro, Candide, and Candide.


Callie has performed with a number of non-opera ensembles including the Nashville Symphony Orchestra, Disney World's Candlelight Processional, the Festival Singers of Florida, and the Nairobi Chamber Choir. 

Along with her stage performance history, Callie has other non-staged performance credits. She has performed on live radio broadcast with WFCL Nashville Live in Studio C in honor of the bicentennial of Clara Schumann, was the National Anthem singer for all three days of the 2016 Pre-Olympic Qualifier swim meets, and was a National Anthem singer for the 2015 and 2016 Florida HSAA Football Playoffs. 

Callie has performed in masterclasses with acclaimed artists such as Natalia Romaniw, Jennifer Larmore, Michael Mayes, Rachel Willis-Sørenson, Christian Bowers, and Elvia Pucinelli. 

Despite her performance history, Callie has found a home in teaching musicians of all ages and stages of experience. Her areas of expertise include all experience levels of voice, beginner and intermediate piano, beginner and intermediate musicianship training, all experience levels of music theory, and all experience levels of music history.

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