Brady Collins has recently completed her Bachelor’s in Vocal Performance at Duquesne University where she studied with Sari Gruber.  Recent engagements include an aria and scenes concert at Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall and a performance in the role of Papagena in The Magic Flute with Manhattan Opera Studio. Ms. Collins has appeared in masterclasses with Fiorenza Cosotto, Linda Roark-Strummer, and Joélle Harvey.

Ms. Collins also enjoys performing new music and chamber works. Recently, she produced and directed Seven Deadly Sins at the Bricolage Theater in Pittsburgh, starring as Anna I. She also recently performed John Harbison’s Mirabai Songs in concert with full chamber orchestra, and performed George Crumb’s Night Music I at the Summer Institute for Contemporary Performance Practice at New England Conservatory. Ms. Collins appears in concert with Opera on Tap Pittsburgh regularly. She currently teaches private voice at Kathy’s Kindermusik in Pittsburgh.