Praised for her “beautiful, limpid quality” and “angelic singing,” Erin Alcorn is a soprano originally from Dallas, Texas and currently based in Philadelphia. She made her Tri-Cities Opera debut in its 2020-21 season, performing Francine in Monkey and Francine in the City of Tigers and covering the role of Miranda in Miranda: A steampunk VR Experience.
Erin was a 2017 Vocal Fellow of the Music Academy of the West and a 2014-2015 Dallas Opera Outreach artist. She sang at Carnegie Hall in Marilyn Horne’s The Song Continues in 2017.
Erin has performed as a soloist in concert for Music Academy of the West, The Dallas Opera, Dallas Puccini Society, Children’s Chorus of Greater Dallas, Voces Intimae: The Art of Song, Reading Choral Society, and Pennsbury Community Chorus in several great halls including the Winspear Opera House with The Dallas Opera Orchestra, Meyerson Symphony Center with the Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra, and the Murchison Performing Arts Center with the UNT Symphony Orchestra.
Erin has performed the role of Elvira in scenes from i Puritani at Music Academy of the West, Adina in The Elixir of Love with The Dallas Opera Outreach program, Susanna in Le nozze di Figaro with the Oberlin in Italy Opera Theater, Zerlina in UNT Opera’s Don Giovanni, La Bergère in Ravel’s L’enfant et les sortileges, and Casilda in The Gondoliers with the Oberlin Gilbert and Sullivan Society. Erin is a chorus member with Opera Philadelphia.
Erin holds a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music and a Master of Music in Vocal Performance/Opera from the University of North Texas.