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Amanda Cabán is an accomplished performer with an array of experience in both opera and concert repertoire. Her most recent performance was Meg in Falstaff (Chicago, IL). Previously, she has performed the title role of Carmen with Peach State Opera in Atlanta, GA. As an Artist-in-Residence with Central Florida Lyric Opera, Cabán performed the roles of Mercedes (Carmen), Carmen cover (Carmen), Third Lady (The Magic Flute), and Cherubino (Marriage of Figaro). In 2017, Cabán was featured in Capitol City Opera’s Rising Stars concert.

Cabán performed the role of Dorabella in Così fan Tutte with both with Connecticut Lyric Opera’s Greve Opera Festival in Tuscany, and with Capitol City Opera’s Dinner and a Diva. She was selected to perform on New York Opera Workshop’s master class with Robert McFarland, Singing at the International Level. At Music Fest Perugia, she performed the roles of Papagena and the Second Spirit in The Magic Flute. Cabán has appeared as the soloist for works such as: the Ellingboe Requiem, Saint-Saëns’ Christmas Oratorio, Handel’s Messiah, Vivaldi’s Gloria, and Britten’s Ceremony of Carols.

At the Stephen Foster Vocal Competition, Cabán has earned first place, and has placed several times in the NATS southeastern division. She earned her degree in vocal performance from Stetson University, where she studied voice under Professor Emeritis Mollie Rich, and vocal pedagogy under Dr. Craig Maddox.

Cabán maintains a private studio out of Chicago, IL, and has been a vocal adjudicator for Atlanta Music Project and Florida Federation of Music Clubs. She is currently doing her graduate study at DePaul University, preparing for her upcoming role as Old Lady in Candide.