Brenna Markey, Soprano
In the Greater Philadelphia Area, soprano Brenna Markey has appeared as a soloist in The Temple University Singers choral ensemble, The Temple University Concert Choir ensemble, numerous Temple jazz and classical student recitals, and The Temple University Opera in Lee Hoiby’s A Month in the Country and Mozart’s The Magic Flute.
After performing in Boheme Opera Company’s production of La Traviata at the Trenton War Memorial in 2008, Ms. Markey went to Washington DC to study performance with Washington National Opera’s Youth Opera Program. Since then she has performed at The Prince Music Theater for Center City Opera Theater production of La Traviata, The Academy of Music in Opera Philadelphia’s Don Giovanni, Christ Church in Concert Opera of Philadelphia’s Andrea Chénier, and numerous productions for community opera theaters.
A native of Bucks County, Brenna Markey is currently pursuing a career as a full-time performer studying under the direction of Dr. Christine Anderson. Ms. Markey received her Bachelor’s degree in music from Temple Univeristy’s Boyer College of Music and Dance, graduating with honors and receiving the Professor Klara B. Meyers Tribute Scholarship presented to Ms. Markey by the head of the vocal department, Dr. Christine Anderson.
Some of Ms. Markey’s upcoming engagements include The Alfredo Silipigni Vocal Competition and The Neue Stimmen International Vocal Competition and The Violetta DuPont Vocal Competition and the Giulio Gari Foundation Vocal Competition. Additionally, Ms. Markey will be making her debut as Pamina in Guilded Angel Opera Company’s production of Die Zauberflöte this June.
When not competing or in production, Brenna Markey is a Staff Singer at Church of the Redeemer in Bryn Mawr and teaches and resides in Langhorne, Pennsylvania.