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Sarah Neely, soprano

Sarah Neely, a native of El Paso, has been seen on stages around the world including Amarillo Opera, The Redwoods Opera Workshop, The University of Texas at San Antonio Lyric Theatre, The Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival, and the Sankt Goar International Music Festival and Academy. Upon completing a Master of Music degree in Vocal Pedagogy and Performance in 2018, Sarah returned to El Paso as a Young Artist with El Paso Opera. She is pleased to continue to share her voice with the artistic community of El Paso as a Resident Artist with El Paso Opera and as an educator on the voice faculty at New Mexico State University. Her recent engagements include her Las Cruces Community Theatre debut as Annette Raleigh in God of Carnage, Woman 1 in Closer Than Ever with the EPCC Forum Theatre, and the Soprano in Trouble in Tahiti with El Paso Opera.