Sarah Kropski is a soprano soloist and main stage performer in the Chicagoland area. She is a co-producer and soloist of a recital series designed to educate audiences on a variety of classical soprano traditions and styles. She also collaborates with libraries to create and perform in children's sing-a-long programs. From bars, to libraries, to outdoor theatre, Sarah seeks opportunities to bring a classical vocal style to all music genres and venues.
As a member of the original cast of Jane Austen’s Persuasion: A Musical Drama, Sarah Kropski spent the past seven summers on tour in England and Scotland with Chamber Opera Chicago, reprising the role of Henrietta Musgrove. Previously with Chamber Opera Chicago, she performed the role of Liesl in The Sound of Music and as Kitty in the Chicago premiere of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. As a studio artist with Chamber Opera Chicago, she has been a featured soloist in the Amahl and the Night Visitors pre-show concerts and appeared in numerous main stage ensemble roles including Hansel and Gretel, for which she covered the role of Gretel. Other credits include: Rapunzel in Into the Woods (Southland Area Theatre Ensemble), Phyllis in Iolanthe (Prairie Fire Theater), Annina in La Traviata (Elgin Opera), and the ensembles of Faust (da Corneto Opera) and La Traviata (Verismo Opera Theater).
Sarah earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Vocal Performance from Illinois Wesleyan University and is the recipient of a Bella Voce Award from Chicago’s Bel Canto Foundation. She works during the school year as a project specialist for the Music and Theatre Department and Performing Arts Division of New Trier High School.