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Patrice Eaton, Mezzo-Soprano is a versatile performer in various musical genres and
is a frequent performer of premiere works. Ms. Eaton's career in opera began as a
member of the children's chorus of both the Metropolitan Opera and New York City

Upcoming performances include; Elijah (Mezzo Soloist) with The Dessoff Choirs,
performing with the Shanghai Symphony, and soloist with the Celebrate Black Music
Festival at Westminster College at Rider University. Most recently she has performed
with; the AOP/NYU Tisch Opera Lab, Southern Crossings – A New Chamber Opera,
OnSite Opera as Zita in Gianni Schicci, Forth Worth Opera’s Virtual “A Night of Black Excellence” Concert, Wynton Marsalis and Jazz at Lincoln Center as soloist with the White Light Festival, and Carmen with Downtown Symphony Orchestra.

Ms. Eaton's concert engagements have included performing as soloist with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra in the U.S. tour of Wynton Marsalis' Abyssinian Mass (Recorded live under the Blue Engine Records Label), Soloist in Beethoven's Ninth
Symphony and Tchaikovsky's Ode to Joy with the Lehigh University Choral Arts,
Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle at the Caramoor Festival, and Handel's Messiah with the Abyssinian Baptist Church Orchestra and Choir. She has sung at the Edinburgh International Festival, Athens Epidaurus Festival, and the Vienna Arts Festival. 

Her opera company engagements include performing with: Opera Ebony, American
Opera Projects, Hudson Opera Theater, Musica Bella Concert Series, Syracuse Opera, Bronx Opera, Chelsea Opera, and Amore Opera. She has performed at Carnegie Hall,David Geffen Hall, Alice Tully Hall and The Strathmore.

​Patrice is a graduate of the University of Kentucky (BA) and Brooklyn College (MM).
She is a proud member of Sigma Alpha Iota Music Fraternity, a Lifetime and National Board Member of the National Association of Negro Musicians (NANM) and the Artistic Director of Three on 3 Music.

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