Lizzy D'Apice is a versatile soprano who specializes in weddings, private parties, and other special events. Whether she's singing jazz, classical, or popular music, Lizzy brings an enthusiastic energy to each performance. Her love of music was born at a very young age when she began to study the violin, piano, and voice. She has performed at coffee houses, private events, weddings, galas, funerals and church services. She currently studies under Dale Dietert at Southern Methodist University and has also studied under the choral director of the Dallas Opera, Alexander Rom, jazz aficionado, Mark Carroll and renowned soprano, Nancy Elledge. Lizzy has participated in many UNT Summer Opera productions and is also an active member of SMU's Opera Ensemble. Through UNT and SMU she has performed in Stephen Sondheim's "Into the Woods", Mozart's "The Magic Flute" and "Cosi Fan Tutte". Lizzy is eager to share her passion with the Dallas community and hopes to spread the power of music.