Annmarie Errico (Auditor - Mercédès in Carmen) is a New York-based mezzo-soprano with extensive experience in opera. Her most recent principal role was Phoolan Devi in Shirish Korde´s chamber opera Phoolan Devi: The Bandit Queen. She played Mother Jeanne in Dialogues des Carmélites at Queens College (Division 4 fourth-prize winner of the National Opera Association´s Opera Production Competition, 2014), a Street Chorister in Leonard Bernstein´s Mass, and Second Witch in Dido and Aeneas. Her work in opera choruses includes the world premiere of Theo Popov´s The Halloween Tree with the American Lyric Theater, the New York premiere of Ricky Ian Gordon´s 27 at the New York City Center, and more. She was a semi-finalist in the Art Song Preservation Society´s Mary Trueman Art Song Competition and has been twice accepted to the Westchester Summer Vocal Institute at Sarah Lawrence College. Annmarie has traveled to Israel, the Salzburg Festival, and Switzerland´s Verbier Festival with MasterVoices (formerly the Collegiate Chorale), singing under the baton of Zubin Mehta, Riccardo Muti, Charles Dutoit, and Valery Gergiev. Locally, she’s sung in venues like Carnegie Hall and the UN General Assembly. She is alto section leader for the Saint Luke´s Lutheran Church Choir in Manhattan and is a regular ringer for choirs throughout New York. Annmarie holds a Bachelor of Music Degree in Vocal Performance from the Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College. She studies with Dr. Sherry Overholt and previously studied with Maria Argyros.