American  soprano  Alyson  Cambridge,  hailed  by  critics  as  “radiant,  vocally  assured, dramatically  subtle  and  compelling,  and  artistically  imaginative”  (Washington  Post), noted for her “powerful, clear voice” (New York Times) and “revelatory, sensual, smoky readings” (Opera News) is one of the most diverse and compelling vocal artists on the scene  today.  Her  rich, warm  soprano, combined  with  her striking stage presence and affecting musical and dramatic interpretation, have brought her nearly two decades of successes on the world’s leading  opera and concert stages, including The Metropolitan Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Washington National Opera, Los Angeles Opera, Carnegie Hall, London’s Royal Albert Hall, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Vienna Konzerthaus, among many others. This season, in addition to her company and role debut as CARMEN with Opera Carolina and Toledo Opera, Cambridge also releases her third album, “SISTERS IN SONG”, a compilation of operatic, art song and spiritual duets with fellow soprano, Nicole Cabell, and The Lake Forest Symphony. She returns to Carnegie Hall for a solo recital, and embarks on a US tour of ROCKTOPIA, the show with which she recently made her acclaimed Broadway debut.  She also returns to Florentine Opera for their 85th Anniversary gala concert, and to Victory Hall Opera for a newly-staged production of “FROM THE DIARY OF SALLY HEMINGS”, which is Cambridge’s debut classical album of the William Bolcom song cycle by the same title.  Recent notable engagements include Hanna Glawari in THE MERRY WIDOW with The Metropolitan Opera and Florentine Opera, Bess in PORGY AND BESS with Spoleto Festival USA, and a concert tour (Wolf Trap, Irvine Barclay Center, Philharmonic Society of Orange County) of “Leading Lady: Heroines of Opera, Broadway, and The Silver Screen”, that highlights Cambridge’s diverse range, and highlights songs from her second album of jazz standards, “UNTIL NOW”.  Please visit and @alysoncambridge on social media for upcoming dates and news.