Introducing... Nicole Teram
Nicole Teram was born in Albany, New York and has been singing as long as she can remember. Her first public performances were at the age of 13 singing in competitions and community theatre programs. After leaving school, Nicole obtained an associates degree in voice performance from Schenectady Community College. In 1998, Nicole was the first place winner of the Mendelssohn Club Competition and then went onto study opera at SUNY Purchase where she obtained her Bachelor’s in Music. After graduating Nicole worked with Taconic Opera as Contessa Ceprano in Rigoletto, You Gotta Hear This Productions as the Mother in Amahl and the Night Visitors and Williamstown College as Susanna in the Marriage of Figaro. In 2004, Nicole embarked on a Graduate degree at Chicago College of Performing Arts and performed such roles as Amelia in Amelia goes to the Ball by Menotti and Miriam from the scarf by Lee Hoiby. Recently, Nicole performed in Hansel and Gretel as the Sandman with Chamber Opera. She also performs is other genres such as musical theatre.