Alannah Garnier, soprano, is a versatile musician originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota. She comes from a long line of musicians and performers and began her musical training at age five playing violin, although always had an interest in singing and songwriting. Ms. Garnier holds a Masters of Music from the University of Missouri, Kansas City where she studied voice under Vinson Cole. She is also an alumna of California State University, Long Beach where she studied voice with Brian Farrell and Tim MacDougall, whom is her current voice teacher. Currently in her third season with the Master Chorale, she made her Walt Disney Concert Hall solo debut in the world premiere of Ellen Reid's Dreams of a New World this past season. Ms. Garnier can also be seen at LA Opera in the opera chorus where she has performed for two seasons. Her operatic experience includes chorus in LA Opera productions of Satyagraha by Philip Glass, Verdi's Don Carlo, and Carmen by Bizet, operatic roles such as Musetta in La bohème, Beth March in Little Women, La Fée in Cendrillon, and Novice in Suor Angelica. Her concert and oratorio experience includes Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Donna Nobis Pacem, Handel’s Messiah,Elijah by Mendelssohn, Mozart Requiem, Carmina Burana by Carl Orff as well as many joint and solo recitals. In addition to being a performing artist, Alannah has also worked in studio sessions involving writing songs and singing demo vocals for indie recording artists. She has also lent her voice as a chorister on film soundtracks; most notably Star Wars: The Last Jedi and A Wrinkle in Time.