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Mary Hoskins

Opera / Classical / Musical Theater / Pop

BA & MM Vocal Performance, Brigham Young University

Mary has been teaching voice privately for the past 8 years. She is an opera singer who has
traveled the world pursuing that art form, even making it to the semi-finals of the metropolitan
Opera Competition last year. While Mar
y's foundation is in classical voice, she has also taught
pop, rock and musical theater and loves all styles of music! She enjoys teaching every level of
student from just discovering pitch to vocal virtu
oso! So if you have university auditions or just
want to be able to sing a song to your sweetheart. Mary can help you with that!


Mary received her bachelors and masters in vocal performance from Brigham Young University
where she also taught private voice and beginning vocal technique. She also comes to UVAA
with a wealth of audition and professional experience.


She was recently a National Semi-Finalist at the Metropolitan Opera Laffont Competition in
2022. She also recently received the 2023 annual education grant from the Metropolitan Opera
Laffont Competition. This year, Mary traveled to Germany to compete in the Belvedere
Competition and received an encouragement award from the Gerda Lissner competition.
Mary has performed as a studio artist at Wolf Trap Opera. While there she covered the role of
Cendrillon in Pauline Viardot’s Cendrillon. She also participated in their Little Lunch Music
series and in their 2020 recorded scenes concert as Fiordiligi (Così fan tutte), Mimi (La bohème),
Mary (Fellow Travelers), and 1st Lady (Die Zauberflöte).


Mary is a two-year alumnus of Dolora Zajick’s Institute for Young Dramatic Voices where she
worked with internationally renowned directors and coaches. She was also featured in their Final
Concert both summers singing arias from Don Giovanni and I Pagliacci.


Mary received her masters degree at Brigham Young University where she has performed
numerous roles including, Suor Angelica in Puccini’s Suor Angelica, Theodora in Handel’s
Theodora, and 1st Lady in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte.


Mary has also performed with Utah Vocal Arts Academy in their roles of the Countess in Le
Nozze di Figaro
and Nedda in Gianni Schicchi.


Mary learned to love singing from her family's car confined belting sessions. However, she
found opera when her brother signed her up for an audition at UVAA out of the blue. It was an
audition taking place the very next morning… and Mary didn't know any classical pieces. After a
very stressful evening, Mary managed a decent enough audition to get into the program. Which

was fortunate since it was there that she fell in love with the art form and she's been caught by its
charms ever since.

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