American Soprano Sharon Spinetti made her European debut in 1990 at The Sacred Music Festival in Nice, France in the Verdi Requiem. She was immediately engaged to open the opera season at Opera Nice singing Giorgetta and Angelica in Puccini's "Il Trittico". The following season, she moved to Europe and for the next decade sang in the leading houses of Europe, South and Central America, Canada and the United States. Miss Spinetti's repertoire includes the Lyrico Spinto roles of Verdi, Puccini and Mascagni as well as the 20th Century works of Henze and Sciarrino. Her extensive concert repertoire includes: Bach B minor Mass, Beethoven's 9th, Faure Requiem and the Schubert Requiem.
Miss Spinetti was an Adjunct Voice Professor at Jersey City University for 12 years. In 2005, she joined forces with Latin Jazz trumpeter, Ray Vega. They created "Ambos Mundos - The Spinetti-Vega Project" a World Music melding Classical, Latin and Jazz elements. They performed at the famed Wave Hill in New York and produced a live album from that concert.
In 2007, Sharon returned to Manhattan where she opened a voice and piano studio. Her roster of over 35 students performs regularly at The Triad Theater. Her "Song-Girls" brand () was created to empower and encourage young girls to express themselves through music and the arts. Her original "Song-Girls"musicals have been presented at The Triad. She has composed many works for solo voice and is currently working on another musical theater piece to debut in 2020.
In 2015, Sharon brought her program "UnMute - Your Heart, Your Soul: Your Voice" to the Rancho LaPuerta in Tecate , Mexico. Her dream was to encourage adults on vacation in a beautiful setting to find the time and vulnerability to discover and nurture that voice that needed to surface. "Un-Mute" has since been presented there over 15 times. In 2018, she created "The Great Big Beautiful Ranch Family Musical" for children and young adults during the Ranch's popular Family Week.
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