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Julianna Tauschinger-Dempsey

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Lyric coloratura, Julianna Tauschinger-Dempsey came to singing after completing a year of fieldwork on Gypsies in France. Appropriately enough, the former anthropologist and professional Flamenco dancer would go on to make her operatic debut singing and dancing the role of Frasquita (Carmen) with the Boston Lyric Opera. In 2011, after a six-year hiatus, Ms. Tauschinger-Dempsey made a triumphant return to the operatic stage singing her first Despina (Cosí fan tutte) and Adele (Die Fledermaus). As a young artist with the Zurich Opera, Ms. Tauschinger-Dempsey sang the Erste Dame in Die Kinderzauberflöte (The Magic Flute for Children), Fiordiligi (Cosí fan tutte) and Anna Gomez in a German production of Menotti’s The Consul.

Also an active concert artist, Ms. Tauschinger-Dempsey first gained attention as the soprano soloist in Boston Pro Musica’s performances of Verdi’s Messa di Requiem and Beethoven’s Mass in C under the baton of Jeffrey Rink. Recently, she performed Mozart's Regina Coeli, K. 127, with Schola Cantorum of Boston director, Frederick Jodry, and the Exsultate Jubilate with harpsichordist and early music director, Marcellene Hawk. A devoted student and performer of German Lieder and the French chanson, Ms. Tauschinger-Dempsey has given numerous recitals in her native Cleveland, as well as in Cambridge, Providence, New York City, and in and around Zurich, Switzerland. She recently sang her first Susanna in the St. Petersburg Opera production of Mozart’s brilliant Le Nozze di Figaro and will be the soprano soloist in Duke Chapel’s annual Messiah under Rodney Wynkoop. The soprano received an honors degree in Social Anthropology from Harvard University and earned a Master's degree in voice with distinction from the Manhattan School of Music.