Alicia Olatuja

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Alicia Olatuja is a mezzo-soprano and graduate of the Manhattan School of Music. She has made her professional debut as Sacagawea at the Opera Memphis and at Carnegie Hall, UVA, and The Kennedy Center. She has sung with the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir since 2007.[1][2] She hold's a bachelor's degree from the University of Missouri's School of Music in Columbia, Missouri.

Her solo at the Second inauguration of Barack Obama gained her international attention.[3]

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  1. ^ "Alicia Olatuja".
  2. ^ Adamian, John. "Alicia Olatuj".
  3. ^ Klopus, Joe (5 March 2016). "Jazz Town: Singer Alicia Olatuja is in the Folly spotlight". Kansas City Star. Retrieved 16 August 2017.