Audrey Luna, Voice

207 Center for the Performing Arts
(513) 529-9926

Audrey Luna has earned wide acclaim singing in international festivals and concert halls and opera houses across the US, Europe, Asia, South America, and the Middle East. She launched her career abroad on tour with renowned Hagen Quartet and in Germany as a fest soloist with Bremen Opera where she was lauded as “musically and theatrically first class...with technical sovereignty, she laid before us so much warmth, expression, and sensitivity that it was pure joy.” (Orpheus) Her credits include Salzburger Festspiel, Schleswig-Holstein Festival, the Ludwigsburg Schloss Festival, Mettlach Chamber Music Festival, Lucerne Festival, Jerusalem Festival, Shanghai International Spring Festival, Lexington Bach Festival, Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival, concerts at Konzerthaus Wien, Berlin Philharmonie, Wigmore Hall, Queens Hall, the Louvre, St. John the Divine and The Kennedy Center.

An advocate of adventurous programming and contemporary music, Ms. Luna has en-joyed dozens of premieres including Chen Yi, Qu Xiao-Song, Wolfgang Netzer, Mara Hel-muth, Allen Otte, her commission of the monodrama Clotho, based on the writings of Camille Claudel, and most recently a song cycle, The Birth Project, by Libby Larsen, pre-miered at SongFest at Colburn. Ms. Luna continues to perform regularly in recital, concert and oratorio and can be heard on the Bonneville Classics, Oehms Classics, and arsmod-erna labels.

Professor Luna has been on the Voice Faculty at Miami University since 1998 and Voice and Alexander Technique Faculty at SongFest at Colburn since 2012. Professor Luna’s students have won Fullbright Awards, Marshall Scholarships, Frank Huntington Beebe Awards, Metropolitan Opera Auditions, NATSAA and NATS competitions, New York Orato-rio Society, Columbus Opera Awards and hold positions at Santa Fe Opera, Glimmerglass Opera, Ravinia Festival, Chanticleer, American Bach Soloists, and sing in opera houses internationally.

Audrey B. Luna