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MICHELLE VACHON, a native of Tennessee, holds a B.M. in Music Therapy and a minor in Psychology from the University of Dayton. She received an M.M. in Voice Performance and a G.P.D. in Opera Performance from Longy School of Music. In 2008, Ms. Vachon participated the Key West Symphony Young Artist Program. She has portrayed the operatic roles of Maurya in Riders to the Sea, Suzy in La Rondine, Sally in Die Fledermaus, Rosina in Il Barbiere di Siviglia, The Sorceress in Dido and Aeneas, and Sister Osmina in Suor Angelica. Ms. Vachon has performed as soloist and in ensembles throughout the Boston area, with such notable companies and ensembles as Boston Opera Collaborative, MetroWest Opera, Tanglewood Festival Chorus, the Boston Russian Choir, and The Irving Fine Society. She has premiered and recorded works by many new music composers, including Eva Kendrick, Steven Serpa, and Michael J. Veloso. Ms. Vachon is a founding member of the Boston-based female a cappella quartet, Anthology, which performs a wide spectrum of music. Ms. Vachon is Director of Music and Cantor at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church and has a voice studio in Cambridge, MA.