Dana MacIntosh, soprano
Dana MacIntosh is a soprano from Harleysville, Pennsylvania. She recently graduated from her master's degree in Vocal Performance at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro where she studied with Dr. Carla LeFevre. She is equally at home on the operatic stage and in concert performance. Dana developed a deep love of art song and pursued this at SongFest, CoOperative at Westminster Choir College, and in her recital appearances.
Previous roles include Musetta in La Bohème and Suor Dolcina in Suor Angelica at the University of Delaware, from which she received her Honors bachelor of music. She has covered First Lady in Die Zauberflöte and Micaëla in Carmen with Delaware Valley Opera Company in the Philadelphia area. She has also covered the role of Beth in Adamo's Little Women while at the University of Delaware. Previously, she could be found singing in the chorus of OperaDelaware and as Cherubino Pig in John Davies' The Three Little Pigs as part of their children's outreach program. While at UNC Greensboro, Dana performed the role of Mother in Amahl and the Night Visitors, Sister Mathilde in Dialogues of the Carmelites, and Anna Gomez in The Consul. She attended Miami Summer Music Festival in 2016 singing the role of Ann Putnam and covering the role of Abigail Williams in Ward's The Crucible.
In concert, Dana has appeared as soprano soloist with UNCG symphony orchestra and symphonic choirs in the Bruckner Te Deum and UNCG Synfonia singing "Solveigs Sang." She has also performed as a soprano soloist in the Messiah with West Market St. United Methodist Church in Greensboro North Carolina. In 2015, Dana appeared as a guest soloist singing "Let the Bright Seraphim" in concert with Grace United Methodist Church chamber in Wilmington, Delaware. She currently lives in Greensboro, North Carolina with her cats, Cora and Mako.