Sadie Dawkins Rosales has been an active
performer and teacher in NYC for nearly two decades. She made her
debut with Lyric Opera Cleveland at the age of eighteen, and has appeared in
numerous leading musical theater and opera roles since. An accomplished
musician, she has collaborated with many celebrated composers and ensembles,
including the Phillip Glass Ensemble as the soloist in Einstein on the Beach at Carnegie Hall and as Soprano 1 in Kepler at The Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Notable recordings: Hurry by Lisa
Bielawa, (The Lay of Love, Works Commissioned by Carnegie Hall Playlist on
Apple Music) and the Grammy-winning On
the Transmigration of Souls by John Adams. New York Recital Debut: Artists
International, Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in 2009. Television
appearances: "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," "Good Morning
America" and "Law and Order: SVU." She is a member of Actors Equity.
B.M., Vocal Performance, Cleveland Institute of Music
M.A., Adaption Theory: Schubert Lieder and the Evolution of the Song Cycle, New York University
Certificate, Integrated, American Musical and Dramatic Academy