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Haley is a coloratura mezzo-soprano. She previously studied with Dr. Dorothy Maddison at James Madison University and with Phaedra McNorton in Williamsburg, VA. At JMU, Haley participated in several operas and was featured as a lead in the operetta, Zehn Mädchen und kein Mann by Franz von Suppé. In 2018, she placed first in her category at the Regional NATS competition.

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Art Song

Blue (William Bolcom)

Fish in the Unruffled Lakes (Benjamin Britten)

Where Corals Lie (from Sea Pictures) (Edward Elgar)

Explaining the Sea to My Daughter (Eric Guinivan)

I Have Twelve Oxen (John Ireland)

There are Fairies at the Bottom of Our Garden (Liza Lehmann)

My Lover is a Farmer Lad (John Jacob Niles)

Carol of the Birds (John Jacob Niles)


He Shall Feed His Flock Like a Shepherd (from the Messiah) (George Frederick Handel)

Oh, Had I Jubal’s Lyre (from Joseph) (George Frederick Handel)

Rejoice Greatly (from the Messiah) (George Frederick Handel)

Musical Theatre

Dear Friend (from She Loves Me) (Jerry Bock)

Don’t Wanna Be Here (from Ordinary Days) (Adam Gwon)

Show Me (from My Fair Lady) (Frederick Loewe)

In His Eyes (from Jekyll and Hyde) (Frank Wildhorn)


Art Song

Amore e morte (Gaetano Donizetti)

Ridente la calma (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)


Sposa son disprezzata  (from Bajazet) (Geminiano Giacomelli)

Bel piacere (from Rinaldo) (George Frederick Handel)

Sta nell’Ircana pietrosa tana (from Alcina) (George Frederick Handel)

Va godendo (from Serse) (George Frederick Handel)

Quanto piu fiera tempesta freme (from Rodelina) (George Frederick Handel)

Ah, guarda, sorella (from Cosi fan tutte) (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)

Batti, Batti, o bel Masetto (from Don Giovanni) (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)

La ci darem la mano (from Don Giovanni) (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)

Alma grande e nobil core (from I Due Baroni Rocca Azzura) (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)

Parto, ma tu, ben mio (from La clemenza di Tito) (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)

Deh vieni, non tardar (from Le nozze di Figaro) (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)           

Sullaria (from Le nozze di Figaro) (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)

Nacqui all’affanno…Non piu mesta (from La Cenerentola) (Gioachino Rossini)

Bel raggio lusinghier (from Semiramide) (Gioachino Rossini)



He, Zigeuner, griefe in die Saiten (from Zigeunerlieder) (Johannes Brahms)

Wisst ihr, wann mein Kindchen (from Zigeunerlieder) (Johannes Brahms)

Kommt dir manchmal in den Sinn (from Zigeunerlieder) (Johannes Brahms)

Rote Abendwolken ziehn (from Zigeunerlieder) (Johannes Brahms)

Ich wollt, meine Lieb ergösse sich (Felix Mendelssohn)

Auf dem Wasser zu singen (Franz Schubert)

Du bist die Ruh’ (Franz Schubert)

Meine Rose (Robert Schumann)

Mondnact (Robert Schumann)

Seit ich ihn gesehen (from Frauenliebe und Leben) (Robert Schumann)

Er, der Herrlichste von allen (from Frauenliebe und Leben) (Robert Schumann)

Ich kann’s nicht fassen (from Frauenliebe und Leben) (Robert Schumann)

Du Ring an meinem Finger (from Frauenliebe und Leben) (Robert Schumann)

Helft mir, ihr Schwestern (from Frauenliebe und Leben) (Robert Schumann)

Susser Freund, du blickest (from Frauenliebe und Leben) (Robert Schumann)

Komm’, Komm’, Held meiner Träume (from Der tapfere Soldat) (Oscar Straus)

Die Bekehrte (Hugo Wolf)

Nixe Binsefuss (Hugo Wolf)

Elfenlied (Hugo Wolf)


Art song

L’invitation au voyage (Emmanuel Chabrier)

Paysage sentimental (Claude Debussy)

La flûte de Pan (from Trois chansons de Bilitis) (Claude Debussy)

La chevelure (from Trois chansons de Bilitis) (Claude Debussy)

Claire de Lune (Gabriel Faure)

Nell (Gabriel Faure)

Mandoline (from Cinq melodies ‘de Venise) (Gabriel Faure)

Green (from Cinq melodies ‘de Venise) (Gabriel Faure)

Oiseaux, si tous les ans (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)

Là-bas, vers l'église (from Cinq mélodies populaires grecques) (Maurice Ravel)

La Diva de L’Empire (Erik Satie)

Plainte D’amour (Pauline Viardot)


Faites-lui mes aveux (from Faust) (Charles Gounod)

O mon cher amant (from La Perichole) (Jacques Offenbach)


Art Song

Villancico Andaluz (Joaquin Nin)


Marinela, Marinela (from La cancion del olvido) (José Serrano Simeón)

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