Shannon Rose McAuliffe, soprano
Shannon Rose McAuliffe earned her Bachelor of Music degree in Music History and Voice from the University of Massachusetts, and completed graduate studies in Historical Performance and Musicology at Boston University. She maintains an active freelance career, including solo performances under conductors Martin Pearlman and Simon Carrington, as well as operatic and choral appearances with Ensemble Musica Humana, Boston Opera Collaborative, Helios Early Opera, Cappella Clausura, Music at Marsh Chapel, the University of Massachusetts Bach Festival, and the Hans Zimmer Live tour. She currently sings as a staff soprano at the Church of the Redeemer in Chestnut Hill, and is the soprano Artist in Residence with Newton’s Commonwealth Chorale.
Ms. McAuliffe graduated from BU’s Arts Administration program in 2017, and was the recipient of the Award for Excellence in Graduate Studies. She is currently the Associate Director of Institutional Giving at the Handel and Haydn Society, the longest continually-running performing arts organization in the United States. Prior to her work with the Handel and Haydn Society, she served as the Interim Development Manager at Emmanuel Music, and worked as a Senior Faculty and Student Support Administrator in the BU College of Fine Arts online programs in Music Education and Art Education.