Alexis Peart

Così fan tutte

Boston-based mezzo-soprano Alexis Peart has been praised for her "plush yet robust voice" and "incredible clarity" in roles ranging from baroque operas to world premiere performances. She is a 2023 Metropolitan Opera Laffont Competition New England Region Encouragement Award Winner, Boston District Winner, and a 2023/2024 Jane & Steven Akin Emerging Artist with Boston Lyric Opera. Featured performances include Tisbe in La Cenerentola, Big Stone in Eurydice, and Dorothée (cover) in L'Amant Anonyme with Boston Lyric Opera, world premiere performances as Ada Lovelace in Elena Ruehr's The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage with Guerilla Opera, and frequent concert and oratorio performances with ensembles including the Rochester Oratorio Society, Assabet Valley Chorale, Castle of Our Skins, Seaglass Theater Company, and Jubilate Chorale. Alexis is a two-time alumna of the Wolf Trap Opera Studio (2020/2021) and a 2023 Young Artist alumna of Chautauqua Opera. For more information and upcoming performances, visit

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Artist headshot: Alexis Peart
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