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Tanya LangloissmPraised for her “wonderfully rich and expressive voice” (DC Theater Scene), lyric mezzo-soprano Tanya Ruth Langlois began her musical studies as a pianist and cellist, but upon acceptance to the Tanglewood Institute’s Young Artists Vocal Program at the age of seventeen, she fell in love with vocal repertoire and has been singing ever since. On the operatic stage, Tanya’s favorite roles performed include Dorabella in Così fan tutte, Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni, Cherubino in Le Nozze di Figaro, Mrs. Grose in The Turn of the Screw, and Hermia in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. An avid advocate of new music, Tanya has performed in numerous world and regional premieres with the D.C. New Music Coalition, the University of Maryland’s TEMPO series, and at the Capital Fringe Festival. When not on stage, she serves as organist and music director at Chevy Chase United Methodist Church. Please visit to learn more.

Melissa Kornacki smMelissa Kornacki, American Mezzo-Soprano, is a “remarkably talented,” (DC Theater Scene) in demand artist performing widely across the United States and abroad. 

Most recently she won First Prize in the Oratorio division for the Lyra International Singing Competition in New York. Voce di meche said this about her performance, “First Prize in the Oratorio Division was won by mezzo-soprano Melissa Kornacki who wisely selected the "Agnus Dei" from Rossini's Messe Solennelle, to show off her highly operatic sound and gorgeous vocal line. Her deep resonant voice made the most of it and we would love to hear her as one of Rossini's mezzo heroines.” 

Grace GoriGrace Gori, mezzo-soprano has been praised by The Washington Post for her "fine sense of style" and "strong dramatic impact", and is known as an acclaimed performer in both the concert and operatic repertoire.