Praised by the Boston Musical Intelligencer for her "velvet tone that can build to a powerful clarion," Alaska‐born soprano Samina Aslam is rapidly gaining worldwide attention for her stunning interpretations of the lyric soprano repertoire. In 2018, Ms. Aslam made her operatic debut in New York City as the title role in Holst’s rarely-performed one-act opera Savitri with New Camerata Opera.

In previous seasons, Ms. Aslam joined Opera NEO to make her role debut as the fiery title character of Gluck's rarely heard masterpiece Armide, and to cover Fiordiligi (Così fan tutte). The San Diego Story lauded her performance, stating “Samina Aslam's ample voice displayed the requisite range of colors to embody the gamut of emotions her character displayed...she was most persuasive in furious declamation."

An exceptionally versatile artist, Ms. Aslam recently completed a two-year residency with Ars Musica, where she was featured as the soprano soloist in a wide variety of works including Handel's Messiah, Rossini's Petite Messe Solennelle, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, Bach’s B Minor Mass, and Poulenc’s Stabat Mater. Ms. Aslam’s other young artist program credits include include Opera North, where she sang Tuptim (The King and I), and the Franco‐American Vocal Academy, where she debuted the title role of Offenbach's La Belle Hélène.

Ms. Aslam was a Resident Artist at the Boston University Opera Institute and received their prestigious Performer’s Certificate in 2015. Her repertoire included the title role in Massenet’s Cendrillon, Zina in Dark Sisters, Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni, and Micaëla in La Tragédie de Carmèn. She also performed with Boston area institutions including the Boston Lyric Opera, Masterworks Chorale, and Opera del West, with whom she performed the role of the Contessa in Le nozze di Figaro.

Ms. Aslam completed her graduate studies at the Cincinnati College‐Conservatory of Music, where she sang Donna Elvira (Don Giovannni) and performed professionally with Cincinnati area institutions including Cincinnati Opera, NANOWorks Opera and the Cincinnati Fringe Festival. Ms. Aslam made her professional operatic debut as the Second Spirit (Die Zauberflöte) with Opéra Louisiane while completing her Bachelor’s degree at Louisiana State University, and took First Prize in the Louisiana NATS Competition. She is also a highschool graduate of the prestigious University of North Carolina School of the Arts.


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Mukhtar Mai in Thumbprint
Chautauqua Opera
Friday, July 3rd | 4:00PM
Wednesday, July 15 | 5:00pm
Friday, July 31st | 4:00pm
Norton Hall
Chautauqua, New York

Constance Fletcher in The Mother of Us All
Chautauqua Opera
Saturday, August 1st | 8:15PM
Chautauqua, New York

Julie (film)
Courtier #1
New Camerata Opera
New York, New York

Masterclass: Cosi fan tutte
The Metropolitan Opera Guild
Sunday, January 12th | 3:00PM
Opera Learning Center at Lincoln Center
New York, New York


Friday After Friday (Workshop)
Micheline, Ensemble
Saturday, October 19th | 7:30 PM
The Bank Street Theater
New York, New York

Soloist in "Leading Ladies Liberated"
Works by Donizetti, Viardot, and Malibran
A Modern Reveal & New Camerata Opera
Friday, May 3rd | 7:00 PM
The Flea Theater
New York, New York

Soloist in “From Bach to Broadway”
Works by Rossini, Floyd, and Bernstein
Ars Musica
Saturday, April 13th | 7:00 PM
Bethlehem Lutheran Church
Ridgewood, NJ