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Praised by the Boston Globe for her “pristine timbre and expressive face,” Ms. Matthews is a highly sought-after soprano, choral musician, and
teacher of both voice and Alexander Technique.
Most recently, Ms. Matthews appeared in the Guerrilla Opera premiere of “The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage,” in February 2023. She has also performed with Enigma Chamber Opera as Flora in The Turn of the Screw, Promenade Opera Project as Marzelline in Beethoven’s Fidelio & Noémie in Massenet’s Cendrillon, and with Boston Conservatory Opera as both Despina in Mozart’s Così fan tutte and Lucinda in Muhly’s chilling Dark Sisters.
Multiple festivals have featured Ms. Matthews, including Operaworks, where she was an Emerging Artist, Opera Steamboat, where she was seen as Oberto in Handel’s Alcina, and Opera Breve Vocal Institute, where she delighted audiences as Miss Wordsworth in Britten’s Albert Herring.

Other notable appearances include Olympia in Offenbach’s Les contes d’Hoffmann and Johanna in Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd with the University of North Texas Opera, and with the Musical Theatre of Denton as Maria in Bernstein’s West Side Story and Cosette in Les Misérables.
An avid supporter of new music, Ms. Matthews is a founding member of Boston-based Strange Trace Opera, which seeks to highlight new composers & new works, while making opera more accessible to diverse audiences, in a yearly festival of entirely new works.
She has premiered multiple operas, chamber works, song cycles, and operas, including Dream Paths by Dr. Kirsten Broberg, See You Today, a one-woman opera by Joshua Scheid, and The Missing Piece and October Surprise, both by Clove Nahabedian.
As a concert soloist and early music aficionado, Ms. Matthews has most recently been featured with the Trinity Church in Copley Square as the soprano soloist in both Handel’s Messiah and Vivaldi’s Gloria.

Other solo repertoire includes the soprano soloist in the Fauré Requiem, the Angel in Respighi’s Lauda per la natività per la signore, the soprano soloist in Bach’s Magnificat, and the soloist in the Brahms Requiem. Ms. Matthews also has extensive choral experience, with performed works in her repertoire including Bach’s Jesu Meine Freude, Beethoven’s 9th Symphony, Haydn’s The Creation, and the requiems of Fauré, Duruflé, and Mozart.

A specialist of French art song, Ms. Matthews has been featured at Boston College's 100th Anniversary Concert and at the Museum of Fine Arts to perform works by Debussy, Fauré, and Satie, as well as in full recital as part of the Cox Chapel Performance Series at Highland Park United Methodist Church.
Ms. Matthews, a native of Dallas, Texas, has been ensconced in music from an early age, beginning on violin, which she played for ten years, and teaching herself piano to accompany herself.
She gained bachelor’s degrees in both Voice Performance and French at the University of North Texas. She then relocated to Boston to pursue her M.M. Opera at the Boston Conservatory of Berklee.

In addition to her degrees, Ms. Matthews holds her 1600 hour Alexander Technique Teaching Certificate, obtained under Debi Adams at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee,andher 200 hour RYT yoga teacher certificate, obtained from YogaWorks.
A passionate student of pedagogy and body work, Ms. Matthews now teaches and performs full-time in the New England area.
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