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Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions

January 23, 2021

Sydney was named a winner of the North Carolina MONC District Auditions in their first ever digitally formatted competition and advances to the Regional Competition in March 2021.

Company Debut

January 19, 2021

Sydney will be joining The Santa Fe Opera as a member of their 2021 Apprentice Program for singers, through which she will be appearing in choruses throughout the season and understudying Tatyana in Eugene Onegin.  

Manitoba Opera Digital Emerging Artist Program

August 10, 2020

Sydney will be joining Manitoba Opera's inaugural Digital Emerging Artist Program, one of the first of its kind in Canada, as one of four emerging artists. With a 100% all-digital curriculum, the program aims to equip young artists with tools for the future of opera in an increasingly digital world in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Throughout the month of August, Sydney will be engaged in Young artist training, industry seminars, and content creation initiatives. 

Role Debut

October 29, 2019

Sydney will return to Opera Theatre of Saint Louis as a 2020 Gerdine Young Artist, singing the role of Frasquita in Bizet's Carmen. She will also cover the roles of Adele in Die Fledermaus and Ruth in the premiere of Tobias Picker's Awakenings, and perform several concerts throughout the 2020 season. 

The Rebanks Family Fellowship and International Performance Residency Program

July 17, 2019

Sydney will join the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto as one of five internationally selected Professional fellows for the 2019/2020 season.

Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions

January 26, 2019

Sydney was named the winner of the Arkansas MONC District Auditions and advances to the Midwest Regional Competition in February 2019.

Company Debut

January 11, 2019

Sydney will join Opera Theatre of Saint Louis as a 2019 Gerdine Young Artist, making her mainstage debut as Fortuna/Valletto in the Coronation of Poppea in addition to covering the roles of Gilda (Rigoletto) and Barbarina (The Marriage of Figaro).