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Amalia is a passionate, dedicated & multi-faceted artist with a love for sharing her art, a desire to reach others, as well as a curiosity for learning, listening and exploring new horizons.


Amalia Crevani is a graduate of the Yale University School of Music ’23, DePauw University 21', and the Juilliard Pre-College ‘17. She has performed at the National Opera Center, Lincoln Center, and Carnegie Hall. Her studies have taken her to Italy and France. Amalia studied at L'Accademia Chigiana with Maestro Matteuzzi in 2023 and the Aspen Music Festival and School in 2022 as a student of Carol Vaness. Amalia will will be attending the Aspen Summer Music Festival and School in the summer of 2024, with highlighted performances as: “Lauretta” in Gianni Schicchi; Bach’s solo cantata BWV 51: “Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen,” with Nic McGegan; and Villa-Lobos’ “Bachianas brasileiras” with chamber ensemble.


Awards include: James Toland Vocal Arts Competition (Semifinalist); Camille Coloratura Competition (Encouragement); Indiana District Metropolitan Opera Auditions (Encouragement); Opera Grand Rapids Competition (Finalist); NATS (National Semifinalist); National Opera Association (1st & 2nd); and Classical Singer Competition (Finalist & Winner). 


    Highlighted operatic roles include Lauretta Gianni Schicchi (upcoming), La Comtesse Adèle Le Comte Ory, Lucia The Rape of Lucretia, Morgana Alcina, Giannetta L’elisir d’amore, Zerbinetta (partial) Ariadne auf Naxos, Susanna Le nozze di figaro, Anna II Die sieben Todsünden, Laetitia The Old Maid and the Thief, La Fée Cendrillon, Gretel Hansel and Gretel, La fata azzurra La bella addormente nel bosco.


      In concert, Amalia was the soprano soloist in Mozart's C minor mass with the conductor Nate Widelitz, performed in musical scenes from Carmen, L'Italiana in Algeri as Elvira and Thaïs as La charmeuse with the Yale Philharmonia, sang as "Peter" in music from A Snowy Day with Yale Philharmonia in the New Music New Haven concert series, was the soprano soloist in Mozart's Missa Brevis in Battell large service with orchestra, and has been a frequent guest soloist with the Hunterdon Symphony Orchestra, most recently in their 2023 winter concert, “Postcards from Around the World,” as well as Escape with Music 2021, performing music from Le nozze di Figaro and from Howard Shore's Lord of the Rings.


Theater roles include #46 The Wolves, Hamlet Hamlet Mostly, Viola Twelfth Night (abridged), Hope Almost Maine, Rosemary Brainpeople, Mrs. Cratchit A Christmas Carol.

 Musical theater roles include Lady Phoebe D’Ysquith Navarro A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, Judy Bernly 9 to 5 the Musical, the Witch Into the Woods, and Reno Sweeney Anything Goes.


    Amalia is also a trained dancer and has performed as a soloist, dance ensemble member, dance captain and choreographer for numerous events. Amalia specializes in ballet, jazz, tap, contemporary, beginner pointe, and beginner aerial silks.


In her free time Amalia loves to compose. Amalia independently studied composition with Dr. Eliza Brown and Dr. William Pearson at DePauw University and studies secondary composition at Yale University with Jack Frerer. While she loves to write for classical voice and piano, she also loves writing cabaret, pop songs, electronic music, music for chamber ensembles, solo instruments and all sorts of fun combinations.


    Amalia was awarded The Meghan Parker Memorial Prize 2018 at DePauw University for Outstanding first-year vocalist, The Elaine Showalter Scholarship Award, was a winner of DePauw’s 2019 and 2020 Concerto Competitions and was nominated for the prestigious Ferid Murad Medal in 2021. 


    Amalia is bilingual in English and Italian and is an athlete in disguise, having played competitive, semi-professional soccer. She loves food, drawing, nature, noodling around on various instruments and spending time with family, friends and her dog. 

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