Cara Lynn Jovanovich Bio

Cara Lynn Jovanovich

 

Originally from Yardley, Pennsylvania, she received her Degree in Music from Northern Arizona University. Being a child performer, she sang in Telethons, competitions, Tours, and was in a professional country band by twelve years old. After receiving her Music degree in Opera Performance, she moved to New York City to pursue her career. 

This production with Rimrock Opera marks her return to the stage after a seven year hiatus to have her three children with her husband, Billings native: Brandon Jovanovich. Credits include: Monica in The Medium, Lucy in The Telephone and Lola in Cavalleria Rusticana, (Opera Works, Manhattan). Papagena/Die Zauberflöte (Rome Festival Orchestra), Margot/The Desert Song,(Milton Theater Productions), and Tzeital in Fiddler on the Roof. Other credits include roles in: La Gioconda, Suor Angelica, Roberto Devereux, Hugh the Drover, Man of La Mancha, Sweeney Todd, and The Music Man. Her concert credit includes an Opera Gala with Bronx Opera, under the direction of Michael Spierman. Her CD Sing to the Moon, marks her collaboration with composer, Erika Stadtlander who composes children’s musical theater productions for her company in Upstate New York.