Brianna Farah has a Bachelors and Masters degree in Music, Vocal Performance from the University of Minnesota. While at the University Brianna enjoyed performing as Rosalinde in Richard Strauss’ Die Fledermaus and Zweite Dame in The Magic Flute by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart as well as performing in the chorus for numerous operas. She was thrilled to perform a leading role, Agate in Don Bucefalo by Cagnoni while studying in Italy in 2011. Brianna has also sung with the Mankato Symphony as the soprano soloist in George Frideric Handel’s The Messiah. She also prepared as an Understudy to the Soprano Soloist in Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem with the University of Minnesota Concert Choir in Detmold, Germany. She has sung with the First Christian Disciples of Christ choir as Soprano section leader since 2010 and has come to love the FCC community as her family.
Currently, Brianna is working as the Executive Director for Hopewell Music Cooperative North, a non profit community music school in North Minneapolis that brings access to Music Education for hundreds of talented students. After completing her Masters Degree, Brianna spent 2012-2013 as an Americorps Vista working as a Program Manager for Twin Cities Housing Development Corporation in Saint Paul, Minnesota and as a Development Intern for the Minnesota Literacy Council. She enjoys performing locally, teaching voice to young students in the metro area, and working hard with Hopewell Music to ensure that everyone has access to music education, regardless of their ability or financial circumstances.