Allyson Bennett is an American soprano studying under Jane Eaglen at the New England Conservatory pursuing a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance and a Liberal Arts minor in German studies. Allyson's passion lies in performing strong operatic roles; most recently she appeared as Valletto in Monteverdi's L’incoronazione di Poppea and Mimì in Puccini's La Bohème with NEC’s undergraduate opera studio alongside additional opera scenes credits.
Allyson participated in competitions and won awards including the 1st place prize for Classical Vocal Performance in the Pottstown Rotary Performing Arts Scholarship Competition. She also placed as Runner-Up for Best Schumann piece and Second Runner-Up for Artist of the Year 2017 with the Greater Composers Competition International.
Outside of operatic appearances Allyson is an active recitalist. She was a featured soloist in many concerts, most recently performing Dvořák's "Song to the Moon" with the New England Conservatory Symphonic Winds and performing Ian Wiese's new work (2019) "Aus Liebe".
An avid lover of the many genres of classical vocal music, her repertoire expands from the Baroque to present day compositions. If you would like to know more information on Allyson's performance credits, please see "Resume" in the website menu above.