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Mezzo-Soprano Regan Poarch spent the majority of her childhood in New Orleans, Louisiana, and in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia. She began performing in choirs in elementary school, continuing through today, as a member of one of the top collegiate choral ensembles in the country, NOTUS: Indiana University's Contemporary Choral Ensemble.

Regan began studying voice privately at the age of 12 and trained in musical theatre and classical techniques before solely focusing on her pursuit of a career in opera. She decided to continue her studies at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music for her undergraduate degree. Not only did she focus on singing, Regan pursued and obtained a dual degree in Voice & International Studies with a focus on human rights, diplomacy, security, and governance.

Following the completion of her undergraduate studies in May 2021, Regan decided to pursue her graduate studies at Indiana University as well, continuing to study under the tutelage of Jane Dutton. Performance credits throughout her graduate career include Dritte Knabe in Die Zauberflöte, Cousin Hebe in H.M.S. Pinafore, Erika in Vanessa, and more.


Regan recently sang the title role in Pauline Viardot's Cendrillon and was a part of the world premiere of Shulamit Ran's Anne Frank. She looks forward to singing the love interest of Cendrillon in the Massenet realization as Prince Charmant with the Trentino Music Festival this summer. Additionally, Regan is thrilled to be singing Stephano in Gounod's Roméo et Juliette later this fall with the Indiana University Opera Theater.

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