American soprano, Lillian Channelle, is an International performing artist with a new pop-opera album, Tribute. This album is available on all streaming platforms including Itunes and Spotify. Lillian has performed in performances, concerts, and competitions throughout the world. Some notable performances include appearances as featured soloist in the National KET/PBS broadcast at the Singletary Center for the Arts; a broadcast on the Spanish National Radio at the Santander Festival in front of the King and Queen of Spain during her third Spain tour with the American Spiritual Ensemble; and a performance at the Oprah Winfrey Humanitarian Awards as a winner of the Marian Anderson Classical Artist Prize. Recently, Lillian presented a solo concert for the Arts Education of Chorus and Orchestras of Honduras organization in Honduras with plans to return this Fall. Lillian has won numerous high-profile competitions including the Metropolitan Opera Competition, the Meistersinger Competition in Austria, the Oreste A. Giargiari Bel Canto Competition, the George London Foundation Competition as a finalist in New York. In addition to performing, Lillian Channelle serves as a clinician and guest judge. Recently, Lillian provided a voice seminar for the Arts Education of Chorus and Orchestras of Honduras organization in Honduras and was a guest vocal clinician and lecturer for the Association of Panama festival at the National Conservatory of Music of Panamá and the University of Panamá. Some training includes the prestigious Academy of Vocal Arts (AVA), Martina Arroyo Prelude to a Performance, Aldeburgh Music Festival in England, and the Aspen Music Festival. Lillian Channelle holds a Doctor of Music Degree in Vocal Music from the University of Nevada Las Vegas and is the Founder and Executive Director of the non-profit organization Voccalis International.