Bio

Soprano Coral Owdom has returned to the central Ohio area after performing around the country for over ten years in classical and musical theatre settings. Her opera performances include the title role in Tosca, Nedda in I Pagliacci, Amy in Adamo’s Little Women as well as Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni and Micaela in Carmen.

She premiered with Opera Project Columbus is 2013 in Masquerade, and was recently heard in The Old Maid and the Thief.

A former apprentice at Pittsburgh Opera, Santa Fe Opera, and the Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, Coral Owdom has sung Poppea in Il Coronazione di Poppea, Norina in Don Pasquale, Despina in Così fan tutte, Sklave in Salome, First Dienerin in Die Aegyptische Helena, Greta Fiorentino in Street Scene, and A Lady with a Hand Mirror in Argento’s Postcard from Morocco on stages across the country.  Sought after for her accomplished performances of oratorio, Ms. Owdom’s credits include Vivaldi’s Gloria at the Todi Music Festival, Beethoven’s Mass in C with both the Pittsburgh Concert Chorale, and Mendelssohn’s Elijah with the Maryland Jewish Choral Society.

Ms. Owdom is a native of Columbus, Ohio, currently resides in Clintonville and holds degrees from the Manhattan School of Music, Hunter College and the University of Dayton. A office manager by day Ms. Owdom enjoys hiking/backpacking, running, bikram yoga, cooking, reading and trying out new Columbus restaurants and microbrews.

She is available for weddings and other events.

Ms. Owdom has sung at weddings in the following Columbus, OH churches:

  • Our Lady of Peace
  • Our Lady of Victory
  • St. Andrew’s
  • St. Mary’s German Village
  • St. Matthias
  • Immaculate Conception