Heather Fetrow is a full lyric soprano and choral director who appeared as a studio artist at Angels Vocal Art in Los Angeles where she was selected to perform on international opera star Vittorio Grigolo's masterclass series. She performed scenes from Lucia di Lammermoor (Lucia), Carmen (Frasquita), L'elisir d'amore (Adina) and Rigoletto (Gilda). She is the Associate Director of the Strathmore Children's Choir Treble Choir who performs Carmina Burana this spring with the National Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus. Next season she returns to Garden State Opera to perform the role of Bastienne in Mozart's early singspiel, Bastien und Bastienne. This past season she appeared as Fatime in Weber's Abu Hassan with Garden State Opera. Ms. Fetrow has directed choirs of all ages, and was selected to train under Simon Carrington in as one of ten conductors chosen from an international pool. She has directed children's and community choirs with the El Sistema Corona Youth Music Project, helping create partnerships with the Queen's Museum and Queens Community College. She directs the Parish, Children's and Youth Choirs of Christ Church United Methodist and sings with the professional Christ Church choir, and has served on the music faculties of the Browning School in New York City, Westminster Conservatory, the Mustard Seed School, and the Hun School of Princeton. She is a soprano soloist on the critically acclaimed recording "Heaven to Earth" which features the Westminster Choir and conductor Joseph Flummerfelt. Ms. Fetrow has been featured as a singer extensively across the United States at Brevard Music Center, Bay Area Summer Opera Theater, Amherst Early Music Festival, Rutgers University Recital Series, Santa Fe Desert Chorale, Dell'Arte Opera Ensemble, Liederkranz Opera, and Kinnara Ensemble. She also served as Director of Development for Kinnara Ensemble for seven years. Ms. Fetrow is a native of Warren, Ohio and a graduate of Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ.