Sally Wolf

Cultural/Performing Arts

In 1970, Sally Wolf concluded her Ravenna High School vocal career with a solo performance of “Impossible Dream” at Commencement ceremonies. After earning a bachelor degree in music at Kent State University, she continued studies at The Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, receiving her artist’s diploma. Then followed preparations for an operatic career at Indiana University Bloomington where she was enrolled in the special graduate studies program. While at Kent State University, Sally frequently sang in Gilbert and Sullivan productions of The Ohio Light Opera Company at Porthouse Theater. Now her audiences range from Europe to the United States and Canada and include such places as: Royal Opera Covent Garden in London, Venice, Tokyo, Vienna, Paris, Monte Carlo, Seattle, St. Louis, San Francisco, Miami, West Palm Beach, Toronto, Victoria, Vancouver, and many other cities throughout the world. Sally has sung on national television on the “Live from Lincoln Center” Series on PBS. This season our local soprano returns to the prestigious Santa Fe Opera Company for her seventh season as resident artist. That “Impossible Dream” seems to have become quite real for this Ravenna Ravens’ Hall of Fame Member.

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