Angela Owens

College Faculty
Musical Theatre

Internationally recognized for her “beauty and musicality” (The London Times), as well as her “attractively full-bodied, passionate soprano voice” (Opera News), Angela L. Owens has appeared in opera, theater, concert, television and film across the globe and throughout the U.S. Internationally, Angela’s credits include performances with the Szeged Symphony Orchestra, Deutsches Theater München, Koninklijk Theater Carré, West Australian Opera and Opéra Comique (Paris), as well as The Dallas Opera, The Atlanta Opera, Opera Ebony, Encompass New Opera, the New York Philharmonic and Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra.

Regional theater credits include Hattie in Kiss Me Kate, Mrs. Brown in Me and My Gal, Flo in Good News (Mac-Haydn Theater), Alice in I’m Getting My Act Together and Taking it on the Road, Susannah in Tintypes, (Martin Theatre), Belladova in Phantom and Josephine Baker in the world premiere of Dodsworth (Casa Mañana Theater).

A frequent collaborator on new works, Angela has premiered pieces at the Composers Now Festival with Tania León, Trilogy: An Opera Company, Atlanta’s Theatrical Outfit, National Sawdust at Rockefeller Center, and the live adaptation of WQXR’s Terrence McKnight’s radio documentary, A Beautiful Symphony Of Brotherhood for New Jersey’s UPAC Auditorium. She is a member of the world-renowned American Spiritual Ensemble (Everett McCorvey), Chorale Le Chateau (Damien Sneed) and the New York Philharmonic Chorus (Malcolm Merriweather).

As a clinician and educator, Angela has presented masterclasses and lecture series for Columbia University, Wagner College, Ithaca College, Spelman College and the Kaufman Center at Hill House among others.

In television, Angela’s credits include Investigation Discovery’s Shadow of Doubt and The Perfect Murder, CBS’s Bull, and Netflix’s Luke Cage. She is also featured on several recordings, including the cast album of Richard Thompson’s The Mask in the Mirror (Parma Records/Naxos), which was awarded Critic’s Choice by Opera News.

Angela is a board member of the North Georgia non-profit Harris Arts Center and is the Vice President of the David I. Martin Music Guild New York chapter of NANM. She currently serves on the theater faculty at the University of Wisconsin (Parkside) and at Interlochen Center for the Arts. She is an alumna of Brevard College and Florida State University. www.angelalowens.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/angela.l.owens/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AngelaLOwens

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