American soprano Alyson Cambridge is one of the most diverse and compelling vocal artists on the scene today. She is also the co-creator and co-producer of Rock Me Amadeus. She has been praised for her “powerful, clear voice” by The New York Times, hailed by critics for her “radiant, vocally assured, dramatically subtle and artistically imaginative” performances (Washington Post), and celebrated for her “sultry and seductive readings” (Opera News). Combined with a striking stage presence and affecting musical and dramatic interpretation, she has nearly two decades of success on the world’s leading opera and concert stages, including The Metropolitan Opera, Carnegie Hall, Washington National Opera at The Kennedy Center, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Los Angeles Opera, London’s Royal Albert Hall, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Vienna Konzerthaus, and New York's Broadway Theatre, but to name a few. Her operatic repertoire often includes the beloved heroines of Puccini, Verdi, and Mozart (Madama Butterfly, Mimi and Donna Elvira frequently among them), as well as her signature roles of Carmen and Bess in Porgy and Bess. She has also made successful forays into the “crossover”, Broadway and jazz repertoire, most notably with award-winning and critically-acclaimed performances as Julie in Show Boat, Vi in Gershwin’s rarely performed jazz-opera Blue Monday, and her Broadway debut in Rocktopia. She also has three critically acclaimed classical and jazz albums, "From the Diary of Sally Hemings" and "Until Now", respectively. Her most recent album, “Sisters In Song”, is a unique complitation of opera and spiritual duets with fellow soprano, Nicole Cabell, which was released in 2018.
Alyson’s vast and diverse breadth of experience both on and off stage, and behind the scenes, has also led to her work as a producer. She co-produced New York’s Viennese Opera Ball at the famed former Waldorf=Astoria Hotel for four consecutive years, and served as co-host for two. She has produced three concerts at Carnegie Hall, all of which had a philanthropic mission and whose proceeds had a charitable recipient. In November 2018, Alyson produced the inaugural “Tis the Sunday: Songs of the Season” for Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, which was met with critical acclaim, and returned in 2019.