Shannon Rose McAuliffe enjoys a varied career that spans performance, teaching, and arts advocacy. She maintains an active freelance schedule spanning solo recitals, chamber music, oratorio, and opera. Her performances encompass repertoire ranging from historically informed period-instrument interpretations of Baroque music to world premieres of self-commissioned works by living composers.
Appearances include engagements with Music at Marsh Chapel, the University of Massachusetts Bach Festival, the Henry Purcell Society of Boston, Tallahassee Bach Parley, and the Hans Zimmer Live tour. She has recorded for a number of independent projects in popular genres, with the Vox Futura recording choir, and on the Naxos label.
Upcoming performances include roles with Opera Huntsville and a residency at Salisbury Cathedral in the UK with Festina, a vocal chamber group that she co-founded. Ms. McAuliffe holds adjunct and lecturer positions at Boston University and Northeastern University.
She earned her Bachelor of Music degree in Music History and Voice from the University of Massachusetts, and completed graduate studies in Historical Performance, Musicology, and Arts Administration at Boston University.