Bio

Caroline Wolfe (soprano) is attending Longy School of Music to pursue a Masters of Music in Vocal Studies and Historical Performance.  She also holds a Bachelor of Music from Oberlin Conservatory.  Caroline is a student of Dr. Dana Varga and Pamela Dellal and has previously studied under Lorraine Manz, Dr. Randal Woodfield, and Sommer Garner.  She has sung with Oberlin Opera Theater and Opera Susquehanna.  Caroline premiered the role of Girl in Rachel J. Peters and Royce Vavrek’s new opera The Wild Beast of the Bungalow (2020) and has also produced, directed, and performed in several one-act operas, including Dominick Argento’s Miss Havisham’s Wedding Night (2019).  She has sung in masterclasses for Nathan Gunn, Paul Groves, Carole Farley, and Lisette Oropesa.  Caroline is a soloist and the soprano section leader at Christ Church Cambridge in Cambridge, Massachusetts.  She was previously a soloist and the soprano section leader at St. Peter’s United Church of Christ in Amherst, Ohio, as well as the music minister and cantor for Oberlin Newman Catholic in Oberlin, Ohio.  She is also a guest musician at several churches in York County, Pennsylvania, and in Lorain County, Ohio.

Caroline considers herself to be a musician, leader, activist, and entrepreneur who strives to bring community together.  She enjoys pushing boundaries and paving new paths in her artistic career.  Her mission is to break down antiquated barriers in classical music in order to make it relevant to all people.