Savannah Greene is thrilled to be making her role debut as Giannetta in POP's L'elisir d'amore. Savannah's voice has been described as “impressive, musical, and flawless”. Last month, Savannah starred in Poulenc’s complex one-woman opera, La Voix Humaine, with The Office Arts in New York City. In June, she performed the lead role of Catherine Sloper in the live premiere of the new opera, Washington Square, with the Hollywood Fringe Festival. This season, Savannah was honored to win 2nd place in the San Francisco Innovative Music Competition and to advance to the semi finals of the Palm Springs Opera Guild Vocal Competition and the Premiere Opera Foundation International Vocal Competition in NYC. Last fall, Savannah performed arias from Rusalka, Così Fan Tutte, and the polish opera Hrabina in “Masks”, a Pandemic inspired concert with Hub City Opera. Savannah also became a Soprano Staff Singer in the Long Beach Camerata Singers and was featured as the Soprano Soloist in their concert "Northern Lights". Last season, Savannah debuted the role of The Narrator in the world premiere of Felix Jarrar’s “The Tell Tale Heart”, a contemporary opera based on Edgar Allen Poe’s classic short story. Days before the pandemic began in March 2020, Savannah performed the role of Lauretta in Gianni Schicchi with Regina Opera and sang as the Soprano Soloist in Mendelssohn’s “Hör' mein Bitten” with RCB’s Oratorio Series. In 2019, she performed the role of 2nd Pâtre in Amore Opera’s production of Dinorah and was the the Soprano Soloist in Brahms’ Requiem, Mendelssohn’s "Lobgesang", and Bach’s "Gott der Herr ist Sonn und Schild" with the Oratorio Society of New Jersey.