Haley De Witt

Haley De Witt is a native of Louisville, Kentucky. Recent operatic roles include Laurette (Le Docteur Miracle), Laurie (The Tenderland), Lavinia (Emily), and Despina (Così fan tutte). Ms. De Witt was a featured soloist in the Louisville Orchestra’s performances of Bernstein’s Mass and Monteverdi’s Vespers. She has also appeared as a soloist with Bourbon Baroque in Handel’s Messiah. She attended La Lingua della Lirica in Novafeltria, Italy, where she studied bel canto technique under the tutelage of coaches Glenn Morton and Ubaldo Fabbri. An equally capable singer of choral music, Ms. De Witt has been a member of the Louisville Chamber Choir since its inception in 2013 and has enjoyed the choir’s many collaborations with the Louisville Orchestra. Ms. De Witt was an Apprentice Studio Artist at Kentucky Opera for the 2017-2018 season and completed her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in performance at the University of Louisville, where she studied with Dr. Katherine Donner and Edith Davis Tidwell.