I believe deeply in the power of connection so we can better celebrate our existence together. When not performing, I work alongside New York Times best-selling author Simon Sinek as a WHY Facilitator and an Experience Producer. I have the privilege of helping individuals, teams, and organizations the world over find their purpose and embrace an infinite mindset. You can also find me cooking large quantities of greek food and experimenting with gluten-free baking, enjoyed by my husband, Ryan, and son (and future NASA Astronaut), Alexander. I’m also an avid knitter, lover of hot yoga, and fur mom to our ginger kitty, Django.

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Greek-American soprano Sharin Apostolou represents the new generation of classical singing artist, bringing international acclaim to her specialties of Baroque and early music, contemporary opera, and the repertoire of the American Musical Theatre. The Oregonian has described her singing as “dazzingly exuberant with a lovely, high, clear coloratura.” Engagements for the 2019-2020 season included a return to Syracuse Opera as Despina in Così fan tutte and a repeat of the same role with Opera Memphis, as well as concerts with Alpine Theatre Project. During the 2020-2021 season, she was a resident artist with Charlottesville Opera where she was a soloist for their Broadway in the Park concert and joined UrbanArias as Kat in The Roost.


Recent seasons for Ms. Apostolou include debuts with the Center for Contemporary Opera in the US premiere of Louis Andriessen's Odysseus' Women/Anais Nin

New York City Opera for Resphigi's La campana sommersa, Opera Southwest as Jemmy in Guillaume Tell, and UrbanArias in the title role of Randall Eng’s Florida.

Additionally, she has sung Jenny in Threepenny Opera with Syracuse Opera, Nell Gwynn for the NY premiere of Carlisle Floyd's Prince of Players with The Little Opera Theatre of New York, and Guinevere in Camelot, The Baker’s Wife in Into the Woods, and Ado Annie in Oklahoma!, all  with Charlottesville Opera.        

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