Chelsea Davidson and is an award winning actress and singer based out of Chattanooga, Tennessee. She has performed roles as Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady, Susanna in Le nozze di Figaro, Lucy in The Telephone, Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni with upcoming performances as Donna Anna in Don Giovanni, Birdie in Regina, and Pamina in Die Zauberflo?te with the Maryland Opera Studio. She has been a featured soloist for Mozart’s Requiem, Haydn’s Missa Brevis in F, Hops and Opera: a tribute to Grace Moore, Advent Now, and for President Obama’s Second Inauguration with the Lee University Festival Choir. She made her professional recital debut in the Summit Pianos Concert Series and presented music of American Composers. She has placed first for the National Association of Teachers of Singing’s Regional Auditions two years consecutively and placed second in her division for the National Finals this past year. She placed in finals for the Pro-Mozart Society of Atlanta Scholarship Competition and the National Jenny Lind Competition.
Chelsea holds a Bachelors of Music Degree in Vocal Performance from Lee University and is currently pursuing a Masters of Music degree in Opera Performance at the University of Maryland. After graduation, she intends to continue her career as a professional opera singer and voice and piano teacher. When she isn’t in the practice room, she enjoys cooking, hikes, and snuggling with her cat.