Leah Crocetto is a grammy award winning, internationally acclaimed soprano. Recently, Ms Crocetto performed Leonora in a new production of Verdi’s il Trovatore for Opera Australia, as well as Margarita in Boito’s Mefistofele, alongside Ferruccio Furlanetto. She has performed many great opera works in some of the most prestigious opera houses across the globe, including Verdi’s Otello (Desdemona), Il Trovatore (Leonora), Don Carlo (Elizabetta), Aida (Aida), Luisa Miller (Luisa), Falstaff (Alice Ford), Puccini”s Tosca, La Boheme (Mimi), Turandot (Liu), Rossinni’s Maometto Secondo (Anna), Poulenc’s Dialogues of the Carmelites (Mdm Lidoine), Mozart’s Don Giovanni (Donna Anna), at such opera houses as The Metropolitan Opera, Opera Australia, San Francisco Opera, Opera Frankfurt, English National Opera, Santa Fe Opera, Pittsburgh Opera, Washington National Opera, Fondazione di Petruzelli, Teatro La Fenice, Opera National de Bordeaux, Arena di Verona, Settle Opera, to name a few. Ms Crocetto is also no stranger to the concert stage, she has performed such works as Verdi’s Messa di Requiem, Mahler’s Symphony No 2, Symphony No 8, Poulenc’s Gloria, with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Berlin Philharmonic, Grand Teton’s Music Festival, National Symphony Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony, and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Leah’s performance in Mahler’s 8th symphony with the Los Angeles Philharmonic garnered her a grammy award in 2022. Leah has also performed solo concerts and recitals across the USA, including a critically acclaimed Carnegie Hall debut recital. She is a member of Price Hill Trio, with fellow performers Ronny Michael Greenburg and Christian Pursell. They will record their first EP album in late 2022. As a teacher of voice, Leah has worked with students of all ages and levels. Her students have won international competitions, are performing on International stages, and entering top tier universities and programs across the world. Her greatest passion is mentoring the next generation of singers.