List of sopranos in non-classical music

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The soprano singing voice is the highest type of female voice with vocal range that typically lies between "middle C" (C4) and "high C" (C6)[1] The soprano voice (unlike the mezzo-soprano voice) is stronger in the head register than the chest register, resulting in a bright and ringing tone.[2] Some sopranos can sing one or more octaves above high C using the whistle register.[3]

The term soprano was developed in relation to classical and operatic voices, where the classification is based not merely on the singer's vocal range but also on the tessitura and timbre of the voice. For classical and operatic singers, their voice type determines the roles they will sing and is a primary method of categorization. In non-classical music, singers are primarily defined by their genre and their gender not their vocal range.[4] When the terms soprano, mezzo-soprano, contralto, tenor, baritone, and bass are used as descriptors of non-classical voices, they are applied more loosely than they would be to those of classical singers and generally refer only to the singer's perceived vocal range.

The following is a list of singers in country, popular music, jazz, classical crossover, and musical theatre[5] who have been described as sopranos.

List of names[edit]

Name Lifespan Nationality Associated act(s) Refs.
Aaliyah 1979–2001 American [6][7][8]
Amy Adams 1974– American [9]
Tawatha Agee 1954– American Mtume [10][11][12]
Chloë Agnew 1989– Irish Celtic Woman [13]
Christina Aguilera[a] 1980– American [19][20][21][22][23][24]
Priscilla Ahn 1984– American [25][26][27]
Jhené Aiko[b] 1988– American [29][30]
Christine Allado 1995– Filipino-British [31][32]
Lily Allen 1985– English [33][34][35]
Sophie Allison 1997– American Soccer Mommy [36]
Christy Altomare 1986– American [37][38][39]
Marsha Ambrosius 1977– English Floetry [40][41][42][43]
Ameriie 1980– American [44][45]
Julie Andrews 1935– English [2][46][47]
Maxene Andrews 1916–1995 American The Andrews Sisters [48]
Tina Arena 1967– Italian-Australian [49][50][51][52]
Vanessa Bell Armstrong 1953– American [53][54]
Ashanti 1980– American [55][56][57]
Annaleigh Ashford 1985– American [58]
Rosalind Ashford 1943– American Martha and the Vandellas [59]
Aurora 1996– Norwegian [60][61][62][63][64]
Katy B 1989– English [65][66]
Erykah Badu[c] 1971– American Soulquarians [69][70][71][72]
Joan Baez 1941– American [73][74][75]
Bali Baby 1997– American [76]
Julien Baker 1995– American
[77]
Florence Ballard 1943–1976 American The Supremes [78][79][80]
Colleen Ballinger 1986– American [81][82]
Ali Barter 1986– Australian [83][84][85][86][87]
Julianna Barwick 1979/1980–[88] American Ombré [89][90][91]
Kristen Bell 1980– American [92][93]
Laura Benanti 1979– American [94][95][96]
Jodi Benson 1961[97] or 1962–[98] American [98][99][100]
Cheryl Bentyne 1954– American The Manhattan Transfer [101][102][103][104][105]
Asha Bhosle 1933– British-Indian [106]
Christina Bianco 1982– American [107][108]
Cindy Birdsong 1939– American [109]
Birdy 1996– English [110][111]
Björk 1965– Icelandic The Sugarcubes [112][113][114]
Pauline Black 1953– English The Selecter [115][116][117]
Sierra Boggess 1982– American [118][119][120]
Suzy Bogguss 1956– American [121][122][123]
Bomi 1993– South Korean Apink [124]
Veronica Bordacchini 1988–[125] Italian Fleshgod Apocalypse [125][126][127][128][129]
Tamar Braxton 1977– American The Braxtons [130][131]
Máire Brennan 1952– Irish Clannad [132][133][134]
Sarah Brightman 1960– English Hot Gossip [135][136]
Danielle Brisebois 1969- American New Radicals [137]
Ally Brooke 1993– American Fifth Harmony [138][139]
Annelies Brosens 1979– Belgian Laïs [140]
Ashley Brown[d] 1982– American [141][143][144][145][146]
Ane Brun 1976– Norwegian [147][148][149]
Amalie Bruun 1985– Danish Myrkur [150][151][152][153][154]
Keisha Buchanan 1984– English [155]
Betty Buckley[e] 1947– American [159]
Kate Bush 1958–[160] English [46][136][161]
Camila Cabello 1997– Cuban-American Fifth Harmony [162][163][164][165]
Mariah Carey[f] 1969[169]/1970–[170] American [46][171][172][173][174]
Belinda Carlisle 1958– American The Go-Go's [175][176]
Sierra “Rosie” Casady American CocoRosie [177][178]
Adriana Caselotti 1916–1997 American [179][180]
Eva Cassidy 1963–1996 American [181][182][183]
Shannon Chan-Kent 1988– Canadian [184]
Kristin Chenoweth 1968[185] or 1970–[186] American [46][186][187]
Charlotte Church 1986– Welsh [188][189][190]
Kelly Clarkson 1982– American [191][192][193][194]
Cheryl Clemons 1970– American SWV [195]
Barbara Cook 1927–2017 American [46][196]
Keyshia Cole 1981– American [197][198]
Judy Collins 1939– American [199][200]
Mary Costa 1930– American [201]
Beverley Craven 1963– British [202]
Allison Crowe 1981– Canadian [203]
Sarah Dash 1945– American Labelle [109][204][205]
Skeeter Davis 1931–2004 American The Davis Sisters [206]
Blossom Dearie 1924[207] or 1926[208]–2009 American [207][208][209]
Kat DeLuna 1987– Dominican-American [210][211]
Marcella Detroit 1959– American Shakespears Sister [212][213][214]
Cara Dillon 1975– Northern Irish [215][216][217]
Celine Dion 1968– Canadian [218][219]
Doja Cat[g] 1995– American [221]
Arielle Dombasle 1953[222] or 1958–[223] American-French [224]
Diane Dufresne 1944– Canadian [225]
Irene Dunne 1898–1990 American [226][227]
Deanna Durbin 1921–2013 Canadian [228][229][230]
Judith Durham 1943– Australian The Seekers [231][232][233]
Sheena Easton 1959– Scottish [234]
Perrie Edwards 1993– British Little Mix [235]
Susanne Ehlers German Haggard [236][237]
Billie Eilish[h] 2001– American [240][241][242][243][244]
Hazel English 1990– Australian-American [245]
Jackie Evancho 2000– American [246][247][248]
Faith Evans 1973– American [249][250][251][252][253]
Ali Ewoldt 1982– Filipino-American [254][255][256]
Lara Fabian 1970– Belgian-Canadian [257][258][259]
Agnetha Fältskog 1950– Swedish ABBA [260][261][262]
Mylène Farmer 1961– Canadian-French [263]
Leslie Feist 1976– Canadian [264][265][266]
FKA Twigs 1988– English [267][268][269]
Elizabeth Fraser 1963– Scottish Cocteau Twins [270][271][272]
Diamanda Galás 1955– American [273][274][275]
France Gall 1947–2018 French [276]
Crystal Gayle 1951[277] or 1954–[278] American [278]
Shreya Ghoshal 1984– Indian [279][280][281]
Rhiannon Giddens 1974– American [282][283][284][285][286]
Alison Goldfrapp 1966– English Goldfrapp [287][288][289][290][291]
Vivien Goldman 1954– British The Flying Lizards [292][293]
Delta Goodrem 1984– Australian [294][295]
Eydie Gormé 1928–2013 American [296]
Ellie Goulding 1986– English [297][298][299][300]
Ariana Grande 1993– American [301][302][303]
Vivian Green 1979– American [304]
Patty Griffin 1964– American [305][306]
Nanci Griffith 1953– American [307][308][309]
Grimes 1988– Canadian Grimes [310][311][312][313]
Christina Grimmie 1994–2016 American [314][315][316]
Emily Haines 1974– Indian-Canadian [317][318][319]
Hana 1989– American [320][321][322]
Emmylou Harris 1947– American [323][324]
Annie Haslam 1947– English Renaissance [325][326][327]
Tramaine Hawkins 1950[328] or 1957–[329] American [53][328][329]
Florence Henderson 1934–2016 American [330][331][332][333][334]
Katie Herzig 1980– American [335][336][337]
Lynn Hilary 1982– Irish Celtic Woman [338][339][340]
Megan Hilty 1981– American [341][342][343]
Susanna Hoffs 1959– American [344][345]
Cissy Houston 1933– American [346][347][348]
Sarah Hyland 1990– American [349]
Hyolyn 1990– South Korean Sistar [350][351]
Janis Ian 1951– American [352]
Natalie Imbruglia 1975– Australian-British [353]
Elly Jackson 1988– English La Roux [354][355][356]
Floor Jansen 1981– Dutch [357][358][359]
Jill Janus 1975–2018 American Huntress [360][361][362][363]
Carly Rae Jepsen 1985– Canadian [364][365][366]
Jewel 1974– American [172][367][368]
Joan As Police Woman 1970– American The Dambuilders [369]
Shirley Jones 1934– American [370][371]
Sheri Jones-Moffett 1974– American Ted & Sheri [372][373][374]
Morgan Keene 1996 or 1997–[375] American DCappella [375][376]
Kehlani 1995– American Poplyfe [377][378][379]
Lisa Kelly 1977– Irish Celtic Woman [380][381]
Tori Kelly 1992– American [382][383][384][385]
Anna Kendrick 1985– American [386][387][388]
Rachel Kerr British [389]
Natasha "Bat for Lashes" Khan [i] 1979– English Bat for Lashes [391][392][393]
Nicole Kidman 1967– Australian-American [394][395]
Kiesza 1989– Canadian [396][397][398]
Elle King 1989– American [399][400]
Solange Knowles 1986– American [401][402]
Alison Krauss 1971– American [403][404][405]
Liv Kristine 1976– Norwegian [406][407]
Judy Kuhn 1958– American [408]
Natalia Lafourcade 1989– Mexican [409][410]
Kyla La Grange 1986– English [411]
Mary Lambert 1989– American [412]
Zara Larsson 1997– Swedish [413]
Cyndi Lauper 1953– American [414][415]
Avril Lavigne 1984– Canadian [416][417]
Gertrude Lawrence 1898–1952 English [46][418]
Vicky Leandros 1949[419] or 1952–[420] Greek [421]
Jess Lee 1988– Malaysian [422]
Adrianne Lenker 1991– American Big Thief [423][424][425][426][427]
Ari Lennox 1991– American [428][429][430]
Lykke Li 1986– Swedish Liv [431][432][433][434][435]
Lights 1987– Canadian [436]
Lina 1984– South Korean [437]
Cher Lloyd 1993– English [438]
Tove Lo 1987– Swedish [439][440][441]
Lisa Lobsinger Canadian [442]
Lisa Loeb 1968– American Liz and Lisa [443]
Demi Lovato[j] 1992– American [447][448]
LeToya Luckett 1981– American Destiny's Child [449][450][451]
Rebecca Luker 1961– American [46][452][453]
Natalie Maines 1974– American Dixie Chicks [454][455]
Kirstin Maldonado[k] 1992– American Pentatonix [460][461][462][463]
Teena Marie 1956–2010 American [464][465][466]
Aimee Mann 1960– American [467][468][469]
Lauren Mayberry 1987– Scottish Chvrches [470][471][472][473][474]
Marin Mazzie 1960–2018 American [475][476][477][478]
Martina McBride 1966– American [479][480][481]
Maureen McGovern 1949– American [482][483][484]
Loreena McKennitt 1957– Canadian [485][486][487]
Janet Mead 1938– Australian [488]
Tift Merritt 1975– American [489][490][491]
Ingrid Michaelson 1979– American [492][493][494]
Lea Michele 1986– American [495][496][497]
Kate Miller-Heidke 1981– Australian [498][499]
Milva 1939– Italian [500][501]
Christina Milian 1981– American [502][503]
Stephanie Mills 1957– American [504][505][506]
Kylie Minogue 1968– Australian [507][508][509]
Nana Mouskouri 1934– Greek [510][511][512]
Nicole C. Mullen 1967– American [513]
Kate Nash 1987– English [514]
Ultra Naté 1970– American [515][516][517][518]
Jesy Nelson 1991– British Little Mix [235]
Juice Newton 1952– American [519]
Olivia Newton-John 1948– British-Australian [520][521][522]
Bernie Nolan 1960–2013 Irish-English The Nolans [523]
Christiane Noll 1968– American [524][525][526]
Terri Nunn 1961– American Berlin [527]
Lene Nystrøm 1973– Norwegian Aqua [528]
Karen O 1978– American [529][530][531]
Esther Ofarim 1941– Israelian [532]
Kelli O'Hara 1976– American [533]
Paige O'Hara 1956– American [534][535][536]
Sally Oldfield 1947– Irish The Sallyangie [537]
Marie Osmond 1959– American The Osmonds [538][539][540][541][542]
Laura Osnes 1985– American [543]
LaShun Pace 1961– American [544]
Ashley Park 1991– American [545]
Dolly Parton 1946– American [172][546]
Heidi Parviainen 1979– Finnish [547]
Sandi Patty 1956– American [548]
Nina Persson 1974– Swedish The Cardigans [549][550][551][552]
Bernadette Peters 1948– American [553][554]
Michelle Phillips 1944– American The Mamas and the Papas [555]
Kellie Pickler 1986– American [556]
Leigh-Anne Pinnock 1991– English-Jamaican Little Mix [235]
Caroline Polachek 1985– American Chairlift [557][558][559][560][561]
Eimear Quinn 1972– Irish Anúna [562]
Selena Quintanilla 1971–1995 Mexican-American Selena y Los Dinos [563][564][565][566]
Della Reese 1931–2017 American [567][568]
Zoe Reynolds American Kississippi [569][570]
LeAnn Rimes 1982– American [571][572]
Minnie Riperton 1947–1979 American Rotary Connection [573][574]
Robyn 1979[575] or 1981–[576] Swedish [576][577]
Terre Roche 1953–[578] American The Roches [578][579][580][581][582]
Bahja Rodriguez 1998 or 1999–[583] American OMG Girlz [584]
Linda Ronstadt 1946– American Stone Poneys [585][586]
Annie Ross 1930– British-American Lambert, Hendricks & Ross [587][588][589]
Diana Ross 1944– American The Supremes [46][172][590]
Emmy Rossum 1986– American [591][592][593]
Antonella Ruggiero 1952– Italian Matia Bazar [594]
Kate Rusby 1973– English [595]
Emeli Sandé 1987– British [596][597][598]
Sandy 1983– Brazilian Sandy & Junior [599]
Nicole Scherzinger 1978– American [600][601][602]
Jill Scott 1972– American [603][604]
Cristina Scuccia 1988– Italian [605]
Amanda Seyfried 1985– American [606][607]
Alison Shaw British Cranes [608]
Karen Clark Sheard 1960– American The Clark Sisters [53][609][610]
Elina Siirala 1983– Finnish Leaves' Eyes [611]
Alexandra Silber 1983– American [612][613][614]
Jessica Simpson 1980– American [46][615]
Helen Sjöholm 1970– Swedish [616]
Skin 1967– English Skunk Anansie [617][618]
Jorja Smith[l] 1997– English [620]
Leah Smith 1998 or 1999–[621] American Rising Appalachia [621][622]
Sy Smith 1978– American The Brand New Heavies [623][624][625][626][627]
Patty Smyth 1957– American Scandal [628]
Sohyang 1978– South Korean POS (band) [629][630][631][better source needed]
Phillipa Soo 1990– American [632][633][634][635]
Soyou 1992– South Korean Sistar [124]
Esperanza Spalding 1984– American [636][637][638][639]
Britney Spears[m] 1981– American Innosense [136][644][645]
Eva Spence 1990– English Rolo Tomassi [646][647]
Vibeke Stene 1978– Norwegian Tristania [648]
Emma Stone 1988– American [649]
Tara Strong 1973– Canadian-American [650]
Yma Sumac 1922[651][652][653] or 1923[654]–2008 Peruvian [651][652][653]
Sunny 1989– South Korean [124]
Becky Jean “Riva” Taylor 1988[655] or 1989–[656] English [657]
Jade Thirlwall 1992– British Little Mix [235]
Hebe Tien 1983– Taiwanese S.H.E [658]
Tinashe 1993– American The Stunners [659][660][661]
Pia Toscano 1988– American [662]
Tarja Turunen 1977– Finnish Nightwish [663][664][665]
Vérité 1990– American [666][667][668][669][670]
Jonalyn Viray 1989– Filipino La Diva [671][672][673][674]
Anna von Hausswolff 1986– Swedish [675][676][677][678][679]
Hannah Waddingham 1976– English [680]
Susanna Wallumrød 1979– Norwegian Magical Orchestra [681][682]
Martha Wash 1953– American [683][684][685]
Carla Werner 1974/1975–[686] New Zealand [686]
Hayley Westenra 1987– New Zealand Celtic Woman [687][688]
Deniece Williams 1950– American Wonderlove[689] [689][690][691]
Hayley Williams 1988– American Paramore [692][693][694]
Lucinda Williams 1953– American [695][696][697]
Marion Williams 1927–1994 American [53][698][699]
Michelle Williams 1980– American Destiny's Child [700][701][702]
Ann Wilson 1950– American Heart [703][704][705]
Betsy Wolfe 1982– American [706][707][708][709][710]
Chelsea Wolfe 1983– American [711][712][713]
Alisa Xayalith 1986– New Zealand The Naked and Famous [714]
Rachel Zeffira 1983–[715] Canadian Cat's Eyes [715][716][717]
Julie Zenatti 1981– French [718][719]
Jane Zhang 1984– Chinese [720][721][722]
Norma Zimmer 1923–2011 American The Lawrence Welk Show [723][724][725]
Darlene Zschech 1965– Australian Hillsong [513]
Song Zuying 1966– Chinese [726][727][728]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Some sources also refer to Aguilera as a Mezzo-soprano [14][15][16][17][18]
  2. ^ Aiko is also referred to as mezzo-soprano[28]
  3. ^ Some sources also refer to Badu as a contralto[67][68]
  4. ^ Brown is also referred to as a mezzo-soprano[141][142]
  5. ^ Some sources also refer to Buckley as a mezzo-soprano[156][157][158]
  6. ^ Some sources also refer to Carey as a Contralto [166][167][168]
  7. ^ Doja Cat is also referred to as a mezzo-soprano[220]
  8. ^ Some sources also refer to Eilish as a contralto[238][239]
  9. ^ Khan is also referred as a Contralto [390]
  10. ^ Some sources also refer to Lovato as a mezzo-soprano[444][445][446]
  11. ^ Some sources also refer to Maldonado as a mezzo-soprano[456][457][458][459]
  12. ^ Smith is also referred to as a mezzo-soprano[619]
  13. ^ Some sources also refer to Spears as a Contralto[640][641][642][643]

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