Soprano, Sarah Price is rapidly gaining recognition as a powerful lyrical interpreter of opera, concert works, and the cabaret stage. Winner of the 2013 Artist Presentation Society Competition and the 2010 St. Louis Metropolitan Opera Auditions, Ms. Price has performed operatic and concert repertoire throughout the U.S., Italy, Austria, and Germany. Operatic roles to her credit include the title role in Pucciniʼs Tosca, Liu in Turandot, Santuzza in Cavalleria Rusticana, Hannah in The Merry Widow, Rosalinde in Die Fledermaus, Countess Almaviva in Le Nozze di Figaro, Micaela in Carmen, among others. Ms. Price has appeared with Winter Opera, Lowell House Opera, Regal Opera, and made her debut with Opera Theatre of St. Louis in the chorus of Dialogue of the Carmelites during their 2014 season. In addition to her operatic work, Ms. Price also is a section leader in the St. Louis Symphony Chorus, where she has most recently served as a cover soloist for the Verdi Requiem and Bruckner Te Deum. She has also been a member and frequent soloist with the St. Louis Chamber Chorus and can be heard on several solo tracks on their most recent CD American Declarations, recorded by Regent Records. Ms. Price’s other recent competition awards include first place in the Elgin Opera Competition, the Southern Illinois Young Artistʼs Competition, the Greek Women’s University Club Competition, the Bel Canto Competition of Chicago, and the Lima Symphony Orchestra’s Young Artist Competition. A relative newcomer to the cabaret stage, Ms. Price has performed several shows at the Kranzberg Art Center and St. Louis Bistro, produced by the St. Louis Cabaret. In demand as an educator as well as a performer, Ms. Price maintains an active voice studio and teaches voice at Lindenwood University. She also serves as Director of Music and Worship Arts at St. John UCC in St. Charles, Missouri, where she lives with her husband, composer Scott Price.