Soprano Madeline Huss is graduating from the Peabody Institute this May with a master’s degree in vocal performance and music theory pedagogy, and she studies with Ah Hong. She graduated from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota in May of 2016 and studied with Dr. Anne Jennifer Nash. She was a studio artist at SongFest in Los Angeles in June 2015, a vocalist for New Music on the Point in Leicester, Vermont in June 2016, and she was a studio artist at Little Patuxent Opera Institute (LPOI) in Columbia, Maryland in the summer of 2017. She has been a vocalist in six world premieres, including an opera scene, art song, and chamber ensembles. She was the soprano soloist in Peabody’s oratorio performance of Vaughan Williams’ Dona nobis pacem in 2016. Her opera performances in the past year include the title role of Thomas Whitman’s Sukey in the Dark with Peabody Opera, Miss Titmouse in Edwin Penhorwood’s Too Many Sopranos with LPOI, and the cover role of Adina in the Peabody Opera production of Donizetti’s L’elisir d’amore. Most recently, she performed in Peabody Opera’s scenes production of Bernstein and Friends, as well as in an opera outreach program that she created with colleague Rachel Sandler called "Where in the World is Opera?"