Palm Beach Opera


Brooklyn Snow, Soprano, Second Year Palm Beach Opera Apprentice Artist

HOMETOWN: Beaverton, OR

EDUCATION & TRAINING: Indiana University, Mozarteum Akademie Salzburg, University of Oregon

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Isabel, Children’s Performance: The Pirates of Penzance, Palm Beach Opera; Barbarina, Le Nozze di Figaro, Opera Saratoga; The Fairy, The Witches of Venice, Opera Saratoga; Elvira, L’italiana in Algeri, Indiana University

AWARDS: Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, Central Region Finalist; Mozarteum Preisträgerkonzert; National Society of Arts and Letters Scholarship

Brooklyn Snow is generously sponsored by Karen Tell

Palm Beach Opera

Member Spotlight, November 2017


Palm Beach Opera is proud to announce the final roster of Benenson Young Artists and Apprentice Artists for the upcoming 2017- 2018 opera season, which includes nine returning artists and nine new participants.

Brooklyn Snow, Soprano, returns as an Apprentice Artist.

The Apprentice Artists are Palm Beach Opera’s community ambassadors, performing throughout the region in education and engagement concerts, as well as adding strength and consistency to all of our mainstage production choruses. Also in residence for five months, the Apprentice Artists further their artistic development through regular coaching with the Palm Beach Opera music staff and guest faculty.

Palm Beach Opera

Web Update, October 2017

Le nozze di Figaro, Opera Saratoga


“Saratoga has long attracted gifted Young Artists… Brooklyn Snow, a cute, clever Barbarina, let fly a lovely soprano: this was more of a future Countess than the usual Susanna in reserve. Together [with mezzo‐soprano Courtney Miller] they shouldered “Amanti costanti” charmingly.”

David Shengold

Opera News, October 2016


“Mezzo-soprano Courtney Miller in the pants role of Cherubino and soprano Brooklyn Snow as his love interest Barbarina were also solid and focused.”

Geraldine Freedman

The Daily Gazette, June 27, 2016


It was a great opera! One thing I didn’t know was that it is so funny. It was hilarious. It was so fast paced. It took twists and turns.

Karen Korellis Reuther

June 24, 2016