An accomplished dramatic voice, recently returned from performances in Italy.
Soprano Amanda Caban is an accomplished, international performer with an array of experience in both opera and concert repertoire. She has recently returned from Perugia Italy, where she performed the arias of Mimi from La Boheme, and the roles of Papagena and the Second Spirit in The Magic Flute. Caban has appeared as the soloist for works such as Handel’s Messiah, Bach’s Magnificat, Vivaldi’s Gloria, Haydn’s Little Organ Mass, and Webber’s Requiem.
Caban was recently awarded First Place at the Stephen Foster Vocal Competition, and has placed several times in NATS southeastern division. She earned her degree in vocal performance from Stetson University, where she studied voice under Professor Emeritis, Mollie Rich, and vocal pedagogy under Dr. Craig Maddox. She has performed several roles with Stetson University Opera Theatre, such as Dorabella, from scenes of Cosi Fan Tutte, The Old Lady, from scenes of Candide, and the Second Gossip, from Angelique. Caban has performed in masterclasses for Italian mezzo Tiziana Fabietti, Seagle Music Colony, UNCF’s Carla LeFevre, and Metropolitan Opera soprano Susan Neves. Caban maintains a private studio out of Atlanta, Georgia, and has been a vocal adjudicator for Atlanta Music Project and Florida Federation of Music Clubs.