Alissa Ruth Suver
Nashville, Tennessee-based soprano Alissa Ruth Suver enjoys performing a wide variety of repertoire across the United States, both as a soloist and ensemble singer. She can be heard with such professional ensembles as the Santa Fe Desert Chorale, Skylark, Conspirare, The Crossing, and True Concord, and her most recent solo credits include Handel's Messiah, Bach's Mass in B minor, and Couperin's Leçons de ténèbres. She has worked frequently with the studio choir at Aire Born Recording Studio for Beckenhorst Press, and also enjoys collaborating regularly with the instrumental ensembles at Capital University, her alma mater.
In addition to her performance work, Alissa is an active teacher and conductor, and this season she has taken a faculty position at Brentwood Academy, where she teaches middle and upper school chorus. She also teaches private voice and works as a section leader at Westminster Presbyterian in Nashville. When she isn't singing, she can be found running, cooking, and enjoying time at home with her husband.