About Ellis Carroll
Get to know Ellis Carroll
Ellis Carroll is an operatic coloratura soprano from Crofton, MD, where she started her music education. She pursued her interests in musical theatre in her formative years, then found her true love in opera and classical voice performance when she started her undergraduate degree in Music. She received her Bachelor of Music with a concentration in Voice Performance at Towson University. She is pursuing an Applied Music Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Performance at Towson University in the fall. She is a student of Dr. Leneida Crawford. Her repertoire varies from Baroque and Renaissance music to contemporary compositions composed as recently as 2020. She has been active in the Towson Music Department and has participated in ensembles such as TU Chorale, Early Music Ensemble, and Music for the Stage, including the production of The Pirates of Penzance as Kate. Upcoming performances will include roles in Towson’s Opera in a Can ensemble as well as a regional premiere of Michael Ching’s a capella opera, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, as Hippolyta. Her performance experience includes solo vocal performances, including her junior recital last fall and upcoming senior recital in April, small ensembles, local choirs, musicals, dance ensembles, summer music festivals, local and international young artists programs, and opera productions. In addition to her on-stage pursuits, Ellis has experience off-stage as an assistant director, choreographer, dance teacher, and voice teacher. In her spare time, Ellis likes to go hiking with her dog, Milo, spending time with her friends and family, and baking.