Leah Inger

Leah has been praised by The Baltimore Sun for her “bright, flexible soprano” and “bell-like voice”. A versatile artist, her career spans opera, oratorio, chamber music, new music, musical theater and cabaret. She continues her studies with Elizabeth Daniels, recognized as one of Washington, D.C.’s outstanding teachers of vocal technique. In addition, she teaches at Roland Park Country School, Notre Dame of Maryland University, and Towson University.

Leah has performed numerous operatic roles locally, and she has made concert appearances with the Bay Atlantic Symphony, Southern Delaware Chorale, Deer Creek Chorale, Danbury Music Center, Annapolis Chorale and Knoxville Symphony Orchestra. Her interest in music of our time has also led Leah to multiple appearances with the Evolution Contemporary Music Series, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and at the Symphony Space in New York City.

A native of Tennessee, Leah holds degrees from Georgetown College, Towson University, and Peabody Conservatory, where she studied with Phyllis Bryn-Julson. She currently sings with the Washington National Opera Chorus in addition to her new role at Grace Church, her teaching positions, various engagements as solo artist and mother to daughter Sabina, son Felix, and cat Rudolph.