Ingrid is a classically-trained lyrical Soprano and crossover cabaret artist. She has a degree from Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music, where she studied under opera legend Teresa Kubiak. Ingrid was also a member of the IU Singing Hoosiers for 3 years, whom she performed with all over the United States. Her repertoire includes works from several well-known operas and musicals, as well as a few American standards and crossover pieces.
Today, Ingrid works as a freelance performer and
In 2014, my pianist and I embarked on a quest to bring live Italian opera to the Italian restaurants of Indianapolis. This is a common practice in Italy, and we decided that it was time for Indy to experience this. My goal has always been to bring beautiful music to the people of Indianapolis, by giving their social gatherings an extra something special. Since then, we have broadened our repertoire to include more contemporary genres, such as musical theatre and jazz.
I specialize in weddings! Whavever your favorite song is, I will guarantee a beautiful performance for your special day!
I am heavily inspired by artists such as Renee Fleming, Andrea Bocelli, and Sarah Brightman.
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Indiana University Jacob’s School of Music- Bachelor’s in Voice Performance
\"Your Daddy\'s Son\", from Ragtime
\"Lascia Ch\'io Pianga\" from Rinaldo
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