Allison Tyler, soprano

Allison Tyler, soprano

2. Allison Tyler
Recognized for having a “dramatically buttery tone,” soprano Allison Tyler is a vocal artist who explores and performs a variety of musical genres, including classical, jazz, and pop. She performs with Pacific Chorale, the John Alexander Singers, and the up and coming Choral Arts Initiative and is an alumnus of the summer programsSongFest, Operaworks, and the Franco American Vocal Academy. Other notable appearances include performances with the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra under John Williams, Andrea Bocelli, M83, Beck, Eric Whitacre’s premiere of Paradise Lost, and the Pacific Symphony under Carl St. Clair. Allison is frequently hired by Cal Voce Productions for live performances and recording sessions where she has recorded professionally at Capitol Studio Records and for Warner Brothers film soundtracks. With a passion for new music, Allison has sung new works alongside composers Jake Heggie, Ben Moore, and John Musto. Allison has performed in several operas, scenes, and musicals with roles including Anne Egerman (A Little Night Music), Madame Silberklang (Der Schauspieldirektor), Gretel (Hansel and Gretel), and Lisette (La Rondine). She won first place in the Music Associates Concerto/Aria Competition of 2011, and was a finalist in the Long Beach Mozart Competition, Opera 100 Competition of 2012, and the National Association of Teachers competition of 2009. Allison is currently pursuing her Masters in Vocal Arts at the University of Southern California. She sings as the soloist at the First Church of Christ Scientist, Laguna Niguel and teaches as a voice and songwriting specialist through the Winder Academy of Music.