Lisa Seegmiller

Lisa Seegmiller

lisahopkinsseegmiller@gmail.com

Website: http://www.lisaseegmiller.com

   2851 E. 1190 S., Saint George, UT, 84790

Lisa Hopkins Seegmiller, a 2010 GRAMMY Nominee for Best Opera Recording (Musto’s Volpone, Wolf Trap Opera Company), is a TONY Award Winner for her portrayal of Mimì in Baz Luhrmann’s production of Puccini’s La Bohème on Broadway. A graduate of the Theater Studies department at Yale University and the vocal program at the Manhattan School of Music, lauded by Opera News as “the kind of camera-ready young singer today’s marketing directors dream of,” Lisa occupies today’s hottest niche where Hollywood meets Broadway meets opera. U.S. and European credits include: Grizabella (Lloyd-Webber’s Cats), Amore (Monteverdi’s Return of Ulysses), Corvina (Musto’s Volpone),The First Lady (Mozart’s The Magic Flute), Sofia (Rossini’s Il Signor Bruschino), Donna Anna (Mozart’s Don Giovanni), Mimi (Puccini’s La Bohème), Elle (Poulenc’s La voix humaine), Cleopatra (Handel’s Giulio Cesare), Polly Peachum (Weill’s Threepenny Opera), Casilda (Gilbert & Sullivan’s Gondoliers), and Mrs. Nordstrom (Sondheim’s A Little Night Music). Concert credits include multiple performances of Bernstein’s Mass, Händel’s Messiah, Monteverdi’s Madrigali Amorosi (Eighth Book of Madrigals), Mozart’s Requiem, and Exsultate, jubilate K. 165. Lisa resides with her husband and manager, Travis M. Seegmiller, and their daughters, Ellie Felice and Anna Nesha, in Washington, D.C., where Travis is a Partner at Patton Boggs LLP, a global law and public policy firm. Between singing engagements, Lisa enjoys being a wife, mother, and homemaker and likes to travel, teach, and spend time with her family at their home on the Seegmiller farm in St. George, Utah. She is passionate about performing sacred music and served as a volunteer missionary to Vienna, Austria, where she performed in over twenty spiritual concerts and collaborated with the renowned Szabó Quartet during the Carinthian Arts Festival. She is on the roster of Sing for Hope, as well as an active member of the Relief Society, in which capacities she enjoys donating her time and talents to performing music that uplifts and edifies. Lisa teaches voice and acting in her private studios on the east and west coasts and at the university level.