Molly Luhta is a young lyric soprano with great
potential. She is a graduate of Western University with her Master's of Music - Literature and Performance. While in London, she studied with Canadian
soprano, Jackie Short, and coached with Melanie Cancade and Paul Digout. She received her
Bachelor’s of Music from Queen’s University in 2011. She was a member of
Queen’s Student Opera Company (QSOC), performing such roles as Micaëla in
Bizet’s Carmen. She is currently studying with Maria Pellegrini in Ottawa, ON.
This past summer, Molly performed the role of Countess Almaviva in SOLT's The Marriage of Figaro. In June 2016, she won 1st Place in Voice 26 Years at the National Canadian Music Competition, and 3rd Place at the Provincial Kiwanis Music Festival Competition in Peterborough, ON. Molly's notable stage performances include Alice Ford in UWO's Falstaff, Mrs. Webb in
the Canadian premiere of Ned Rorem’s Our
Town with Opera NUOVA, and Beth March in Little Women (the musical) with Musical Theatre on the Thames. She performs regularly in concerts as a soprano soloist, in addition to giving solo recitals.
Molly permanently resides in Kingston, where she teaches
voice and piano. She is the program director of the Odessa Children’s Choir
Program (OCCP) and an occasional teacher with the Limestone District School
Board. When not singing or teaching, Molly enjoys spending time at home with
Photo credit: Josh Kimble.
For Molly's current CV, please contact her via email.
To book Molly for a solo performance, please
contact her via email.