Mezzo-Contralto, Alyse Jamieson is known for her “warm legato” voice and “bravura” in dramatic roles onstage but delights in both the choral and early music genres as well. A past Graduate Teaching Fellow, Miss Jamieson is under the instruction of Dr. Karen Esquivel at the University of Oregon. A native Oregonian, Ms. Jamieson received her undergraduate degree in Voice at the University of Northern Colorado with a minor in Dance. She was recently seen as Acis in deLiteres’ Acis y Galatea and as Cornelia in Giulio Cesare in Eggito with UO Opera. With Cascadia Concert Opera, Miss Jamieson has sung the roles of Prince Orlofsky in Die Fledermaus and Meg Page in The Merry Wives of Windsor. Engagements with Eugene Opera include Kate in Pirates of Penzance in 2012 and Wowkle in La Fanciulla del West in March 2014. Recent awards include winning First Place in the Regional NATS competition and, together with the UO Chamber Choir the Fleischmann Trophy at the Cork International Chorale Festival in Ireland last Spring. Upcoming performances for Miss Jamieson are her Masters Recital this Spring and Miss Todd in The Old Maid and the Theif with Cascadia Concert Opera this summer. Miss Jamieson is also a section leader at Eugene Central Lutheran Church.