A native of Michigan, soprano Elizabeth Cedroni is a promising classical vocalist. Under the tutelage of the esteemed Soprano Jan Albright, Elizabeth recently completed her Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance at Oakland University (Rochester Hills, MI).
During her undergraduate education Elizabeth performed leading roles in Dennis Arlan’s, Meanwhile Back at Cinderella’s, Scarlatti’s, Il trionfo dell'onore, and Seymour Barab’s, Game of chance. In addition, she was featured in the duet “Laudamus Te” from Vivaldi's Gloria in D Major, which was performed in collaboration with Oakland’s University Chorus and the Pontiac Oakland Symphony. In 2006, Elizabeth was selected as a soloist in the Rutter Gloria performed with Oakland’s Symphony Chorus and the Brass Ensemble.
Elizabeth is a versatile singer with experience in operetta as well as Broadway and pop cross-over-repertoire. She performed with the Comic Opera Guild of Ann Arbor Michigan in the 2006 Jerome Kern Festival and the Victor Herbert Festival. These productions were recorded and archived for historical purposes, as many works have no previous archival recordings. In 2007, Elizabeth was featured as Mable in Pirates of Penzance and for 2008 in the featured role of Grizabella in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit musical Cats.
April of 2009 marked Elizabeth’s Senior Recital at Oakland University, where she performed works by Wolf, Milhaud and Rorem. In May of 2010, Elizabeth attended the annual Classical Singer Magazine Convention in New York where she won recognition as a semi-finalist in the National University Competition.
Recently, Elizabeth made her debut on the Detroit Opera House stage as a member of the Michigan Opera Theater Chorus in The Mikado and La Bohéme, and The Magic Flute for the 2010-2011 Season. She continues to work with MOT and is currently prepairing for a production of Carmina Burana.