Charlotte Siegel is a soprano and singer/songwriter from Toronto. She holds a Graduate Diploma and Masters in Opera and Voice from McGill University where she studied with Dominique Labelle, and John Mac Master. She obtained her Bachelor of Classical Voice Performance from the University of Toronto studying under Frédérique Vézina. Charlotte was a Buffalo/Toronto District winner for the 2021 Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, placed 3rd in the Canadian Opera Company’s Ensemble Studio Competition 2019, and was also a finalist for the Atelier Lyrique National Auditions 2019 (Opéra de Montréal). During the pandemic she participated in Pacific Opera Victoria’s online residency as part of their Civic Engagment Quartet. She performed the roles of Rose Maurrant (Street Scene), Nancy (Albert Herring), Elle (Knoxville: Summer of 1915), and covered Pamina (Die Zauberflöte) with Opera McGill. Other role highlights include Micaëla (Carmen) with Summer Opera Lyric Theatre, and Mère Marie (Dialogues des Carmélites) with Opera McGill. In 2018 Charlotte attended the Chautauqua Institute Voice Program run by Marlena Malas. She is a co-founder of the Toronto based non-profit the Marigold Music Program, which aims to close the accessibility gap between marginalized youth and music education. She is looking forward to working as a librettist for Loose Tea Music Theatre’s next iteration of Carmen #YesAllWomen.