Christian SineathActor

Christian Sineath has earned critical acclaim as “a performer with whom to be reckoned” for her “charming and lovely lyric soprano.” Raised in Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, Ms. Sineath is a recent graduate of The Manhattan School of Music’s graduate program in classical voice. As a young artist, she has performed with the Janiec Opera Company at Brevard Music Center, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music’s Opera Studio program in Lucca, Italy, and La Lingua della Lirica in Novafeltria, Italy.
Performance highlights in New York City include Giannetta in Elixir of Love, Clorinda in La Cenerentola, Constanze Weber in the world premiere of Marrying Mozart, and the cover of Rosabella in The Most Happy Fella. After a glowing review in The New York Times, The Most Happy Fella was remounted and recast for a limited return engagement, and Christian performed the role of Rosabella for multiple performances, garnering a review by Classical Source.
On the concert stage Ms. Sineath made her debut with National Lyric Opera as a featured soloist in ‘Italian Opera’s Greatest Moments, ‘ where she sang excerpts of Anna in Le Villi, Musetta in La Bohème, Lauretta in Gianni Schicchi, Lisette in La Rondine, and Zerlina in Don Giovanni. 
In 2013 she was a semi-finalist in The Kurt Weill Foundation’s Lotte Lenya Competition. Her favorite regional musical theater roles include Fanny Bryce in Funny Girl, Sandy in Grease and Maggie in A Chorus Line. Her favorite theatre roles include Olivia in Twelfth Night, Woman in Four One Act Plays by Alan Ball, and Rhonda in The Secret Rapture, where she was hailed as “spicing up the stage” of The Sanford Meisner Theatre in New York City.
During the summer of 2013 she will sing the role of Brigitta in Iolanta with Opera Slavica in New York City; she’ll also be featured in their Russian Opera Scenes Concert. During the 2013-2014 season she will sing Marsinah in Kismet with Dicapo Opera.