Soprano Tina Stallard received her Doctor of Music degree from the University of Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, and degrees from the University of Kentucky (MM) and Belmont University (BME). While working on her graduate degrees, she taught at the Cincinnati Conservatory and Miami University. She was awarded the Apprentice Artist Award and Studio Artist Award of Central City Opera, and was National Finalist in the NATS Artist Awards.
In addition to numerous appearances throughout South Carolina, Stallard’s recent engagements include Mozart Missa Brevis with Distinguished Concert Artists International (Carnegie Hall), Brahms Requiem and Faure Requiem with Varna International, Incarnation Mysteria with Distinguished Concert Artists International (Lincoln Center), and Vivaldi Gloria with the Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra.
Stallard has sung leading roles in the operas La Boheme, Casanova’s Homecoming, and Little Women, and in the concert premiere of Golden Lily (FANG Man). She can be heard in recordings with Beauport Classics, MSR Classics, and Centaur.
Stallard is Professor of Voice, Associate Dean, and Director of Undergraduate Studies at the USC School of Music. She also serves as Director of Carolina Music Studios, the School of Music’s outreach program that offers classes and individual lessons to adults, teens, and children. When not working or recording her new album, Songs of Time and Tide: Contemporary American Art Song, Stallard enjoys time with her family, and serves as elder and youth advisor in her church.