Alissa Ruth Suver
Nashville, Tennessee based soprano Alissa Ruth Suver is an emerging young artist who, while comfortable singing in a variety of styles, performs primarily choral and early music. Her career has led her to sing all over the country.
An Ohio native, Alissa is now actively performing with professional ensembles around the United States, most recently adding the Santa Fe Desert Chorale (Joshua Habermann, conductor) Vocal Arts Ensemble (Craig Hella Johnson, conductor), and Skylark (Matthew Guard, conductor) to her resume.
Her love of choral music has been central to her musical life from an early age; she is the daughter of two music teachers, and can't remember a time when she wasn't in rehearsal! She began her post-collegiate career first as a secondary choral music director herself, teaching middle and high school choirs in Ohio public schools, and then decided to pursue performing on a more regular basis.
Some of her favorite choral performances include Jake Runestad's The Hope of Loving, Monteverdi's Vespers of 1610, Koji Kondo's Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses, and Eric Whitacre's Alleluia.
She regularly records for Beckenhorst Press at Aire Born Recording Studio, as well as singing for weddings and funerals throughout Ohio. In addition to her performing ensembles, she is a church soloist and is frequently hired as an administrative assistant.
Alissa holds a Bachelor of Music in Education degree from Capital University in Bexley, Ohio.