Chantelle Grant's "fine spun mezzo soprano" is a dark voluptuous instrument. Her commanding stage presence is thrilling to experience winning her critical acclaim in both Canada and the US.
Toronto born Chantelle Grant is looking forward to an exciting 2023/2024 season which will begin with Metropolitan Opera as a member of the chorus in both the Verdi Requiem and the revised A. Davis opera X: The Life And Times Of Malcolm X. Chantelle is excited to reprise her role in the Grammy award winning Metropolitan Opera production of Fire Shut Up In My Bones in the spring. This summer saw Chantelle debut with Tundi Productions in Vermont singing the role of Grimgerde in Die Walküre. In 2022 Chantelle was a member of the cast of the opera X: The Life And Times Of Malcolm X in both the Detroit Opera and Opera Omaha productions. Chantelle was one the finalists in the Voice of Black Opera Competition representing Canada in the UK last December. Chantelle Grant made her solo debut with City Lyric Opera in The Medium and Riverside Opera Company in 2019. Ms Grant has had the pleasure of singing with Trilogy: An Opera Company as Erda in Wagner’s Siegfried, Waltraute in Götterdämmerung, and Monisha in Joplin’s Treemonisha. Chantelle has worked with outstanding maestri such as Joseph Colaneri, Steven White, Timothy Myers, and Peter Oundjian. Ms. Grant has performed on such illustrious programmes as the American Song Book series at Lincoln Center, the Kennedy Center Honors, and the Metropolitan Opera summer concerts in Damrosch Park. Currently a student of Arthur Levy, Ms Grant holds a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Windsor, an Artist Diploma from the Glenn Gould Professional School and a Professional Studies Diploma from Mannes College. Chantelle Grant has had the honour of studying with operatic legends Martina Arroyo, Regina Resnik, Jane Eaglen, and Christine Goerke.