Described as “a joy to watch and hear”, soprano Ashley Fabian is quickly garnering recognition for her artistry in both comedic and dramatic roles. This season she joins Los Angeles Opera, covering the title role in Lucia di Lammermoor, sings as the Soprano Soloist at the Columbus Symphony in Carmina Burana, makes her role debut as Pamina in Pacific Opera Project’s The Magic Flute, makes her LA Phil debut in a new piece by Steve Reich, and her Carnegie Hall debut as Phyllis in Iolanthe with Master Voices. In 2022, Ms. Fabian sang Cinderella in Into the Woods in Holy City Arts & Lyric Opera’s inaugural season, Barbarina in Le nozze di Figaro with Seattle Opera, and Ginevra in Ariodante with Opera NEO. Other companies with which she has sung include Des Moines Metro Opera, Pittsburgh Opera, Cincinnati Opera, Central City Opera, Indianapolis Opera, and Virginia Arts Festival. Previous seasons have featured her in roles such as Johanna (Sweeney Todd), Adina (L’elisir d’amore), Gretel (Hansel and Gretel), Ilia (Idomeneo), Younger Alyce (Glory Denied) and Lucia (Lucia di Lammermoor). Ms. Fabian has been the recipient of awards from the Metropolitan Opera National Council, James Toland Competition, Orpheus Vocal Competition, Central City Opera, and Grand Concours Franco-American Competition. In addition to her work as a soprano, Ms. Fabian works as an actor based in Los Angeles, appearing in several films. An avid game show enthusiast, she has appeared on Wheel of Fortune and Game Show Network’s Chain Reaction, winning a combined total of nearly $70,000. She also works as a content creator sharing financial wellness content on several social media platforms. Her blog, Fab on a Dime, focuses on sharing her journey as a “frugal diva on a budget”.