Madelyn Hasebein studied piano from age 5 to 16 but did not begin to formally study voice until her undergraduate career at the age of 18. Upon entering college at Cleveland State University, Madelyn was placed in the upper level Chorale Chorus. She performed several solos in various choral works, including Leonardo and his Flying Machine by Eric Whitacre and Aaron Copland’s In the Beginning, under the direction of CSU's Director of Choruses, Dr. Brian Bailey. She additionally performed in several scenes for the university’s Opera Workshop in the roles of Fiordiligi from Mozart’s Cosí fan Tutte, Mercedes from Bizet’s Carmen, Susanna from Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro, and most recently as Cenerentola in the finale of Rossini's La Cenerentola. Madelyn was selected as the soprano soloist for the Cleveland Messiah Chorus for the 2016 and 2017 seasons. She is an alto soloist at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Cleveland Heights and sings with the Cleveland Chamber Choir. Madelyn has also participated in the premieres of solo, choral, and ensemble works including Labyrinths by Frank Wiley and From an Overlook by Preston Masters. In addition to performance, Madelyn composes and arranges various instrumental and vocal works. She is the founder of Cleveland State University’s first a cappella group, Vocal Vikings, which was established in 2015. Madelyn currently works as a music therapy intern at MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland, OH. For more information, please visit www.madelynhasebein.com.