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Caroline Miller


New Artist, Vocalist Female

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Caroline Miller is a “warm soprano [with] emotional bite,” praised as a compelling singer-actor with vocal flexibility and dramatic intensity, who is “especially adept at comedy.” Caroline was a recently a Resident Artist with Toledo Opera, appearing as Gretel in Hansel and Gretel vs the Witch, the Plaintiff in Gilbert and Sullivan’s Trial by Jury (canceled due to COVID-19) and Lady-In-Waiting and First Witch in Monk Tarrots’ new production of Verdi’s Macbeth. Caroline will return to Toledo Opera as Valencienne in Franz Lehár’s The Merry Widow next season.

Caroline’s professional musical career began in the world of operetta, and it continues to
be an important part of her repertoire. A frequent performer with Ohio Light Opera, Caroline has presented the roles of Phyllis in Gilbert & Sullivan’s Iolanthe, Bellabruna in Romberg’s Blossom Time and Masha in Oscar Strauss’s The Chocolate Solider. Through her work with Ohio Light Opera, Caroline appears on the only contemporary professional recording of Romberg’s Blossom Time, produced by Albany Records. Opera News lauded her portrayal of Bellabruna, writing “Miller projects all the confident insouciance of a pampered prima donna.”

Caroline feels equally at home on the musical theater stage, especially with her background in ballet, tap and Irish dance. Favorite roles include: Ann in Sondheim’s A Little Night Music with Connecticut Players, Cathy in Jason Robert Brown’s The Last Five Years and Sarah Jane Moore in Sondheim’s Assassins, both with Eastman Opera Theater. Caroline was also selected twice to compete as a semi-finalist in the Lotte Lenya Competition, which celebrates the works of Kurt Weill and promotes musical and theatrical interpretation at the highest level. She has also been training as an aerial artist for the past there years on hoop, silks and pole and created a short film Aber in which she sings the classical “Ihr habt nun traurigkeit,” from the Brahms Requiem while performing a duo act on silks. The film was an official selection of the International Circus Film Festival.

Caroline is Co-Founder & Artistic Director of The Pleiades Project, a non-profit organization dedicated to championing women’s stories through opera, film and original music-theater projects. With The Pleiades Project, Caroline has expanded her artistic talents outside of performance, embracing her interdisciplinary skills as a director, writer, programmer and producer. She produced and starred in the shortfilm Così, excerpted from W.A. Mozart’s Così fan tutte, which was named an official selection of the NY Indie Theatre Film Festival. Caroline directed the entirety of the 24 Series, a collection of videos based on the 17th and 18th-century song collection, Twenty-Four Italian Songs & Arias. Caroline just premiered A Women’s Suffrage Splendiferous Extravaganza!, a vaudevillian revue celebrating and
problematizing the US women’s suffrage movement, through a generous grant from the
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.

Caroline has a BA in English Literature and Music from Washington University in St. Louis and an MM in Vocal Performance & Literature from Eastman School of Music. She resides in Washington Heights with her bluegrass-playing husband and her unimpressed pitbull Maya.

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