Praised for her "robust and luxuriant tone,” by the San Francisco Chronicle, American soprano Caroline Corrales is an operatic star on the rise. A first-year Adler fellow and 2023 participant in the esteemed Merola Opera Program, she performed the role of Female Chorus The Rape of Lucretia, and in scenes as Amelia Simon Boccanegra and Ellen Orford Peter Grimes. This December, she will appear as a featured singer in the Holiday Pops Concert Series with The Boston Pops Symphony.
Corrales is a former Apprentice Singer of The Santa Fe Opera, where she was featured in scenes as Rosalinde Die Fledermaus and Donna Elvira Don Giovanni. As a former Young Artist of the Boston University Opera Institute, her roles included Ma Zegner in Proving Up, Anne Trulove The Rake 's Progress, and scenes as Contessa Almaviva in Le Nozze di Figaro and the title character in Rusalka.
A three-time District Winner and two-time Region Encouragement Award Winner of The Metropolitan Opera Laffont Competition, Corrales is also a Career Grant Winner of the Pasadena Vocal Competition, a finalist in the McCammon Voice Competition, Second Prize winer in the Orpheus Vocal Competition and a Grand Finalist in the Concurso Internacional de Canto Tenor Vinas.
Caroline holds a Master of Music degree from Boston University, and a Bachelor of Music degree from Webster University.