Soprano Rosemary Pavlovsky, a native of Pittsburgh,
has been featured with such groups as Undercroft  Opera, the Pittsburgh Savoyards, Tuesday Musical Club, The Austrian American Cultural Society and the Crittenden Opera Studio in Washington, D.C.  
Her operatic credits include Madame Herz in Der  Schauspieldirektor,
Micaëla in Carmen (in concert), Stella and Antonia/Giulietta (cover – scenes  performed) in Les Contes D’Hoffmann, Celestial Voice in Don Carlo and Lady Ella in Patience. Favorite  partial roles include Princess Eudoxie in La Juive, Rosalinde in Die Fledermaus and the title roles in The  Ballad of Baby Doe and Semiramide.   

Of Eastern-European descent, Ms. Pavlovsky is a champion of music by Czech and Russian composers and  has performed this repertoire internationally. She is an alumna of the prestigious AIMS in Graz opera studio  and has since returned to Austria as a featured recitalist at Schloss Greillenstein in Horn with pianist Pierre  El-Doueihi. In the United States, she has concertized with the pianist Gerald Jennings and has also been a  guest soloist with the Clarksburg Symphony, performing arias by Puccini and Dvořák under the baton of  John Collins. As a sacred soloist, she has performed the soprano solos in Brahms’ Ein Deutsches Requiem  and Schubert’s Mass in G.  

Ms. Pavlovsky received her BM and MM in Vocal Performance from Shenandoah Conservatory. As a student  at Shenandoah, her roles in the opera scenes program included  Madame Herz in Der SchauspieldirektorCleopatra in Giulio CesareDonna Elvira in Don GiovanniFiordiligi in  Cosi fan Tutte, and Magda in La  Rondine.  Ms. Pavlovsky is a Solo Status Member  of the Tuesday Musical         Club and a frequent soloist with various churches in the Pittsburgh area where she   has where she  has performed  with members of the  Pittsburgh Symphony. She                                                                                                                                                                                     studies with internationally renowned soprano and teacher Maria Alsatti.