Ariana Stultz – Mezzo-Soprano
Ariana Stultz – Mezzo-Soprano

A native of Los Angeles, Ariana Stultz, received her Bachelor of Arts in Vocal Performance from Bard College, and completed her Masters at University of Southern California in Vocal Arts and Opera.
Ms. Stultz has performed numerous leading roles, including ​Stephano ​in Gounod’s Romeo et Juliette, ​Bradamante​ in Händel’s Alcina, ​Hansel​ in Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel in association with the Hudson Opera Theatre, ​Sesto​ in Mozart's La clemenza di Tito with Pasadena Pro Musica, ​Orfeo​ in Gluck's Orfeo ed Euridice, and ​Nicklausse​ in Offenbach's Les contes d'Hoffmann.
Ms. Stultz has been the recipient of multiple awards, such as the Spotlight Awards at the Aspen Music Festival for composition and for vocal performance, the AEIOU Scholarship, and the Opera Buffs Scholarship.
Ms. Stultz has sung in local Los Angeles choirs such as Tonality, Muse/ique, National Children's Chorus, and C3LA.
Alongside singing, Ms. Stultz enjoys composing, painting, dancing, planting California native plants, and has a profound enthusiasm for life.

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