Haley Vick graduated with her bachelors of music in vocal performance from Roosevelt University’s Chicago College of Performing Arts in 2015 and has over 6 years of teaching and performing experience.
At Roosevelt, Haley could be seen portraying such roles as Belinda in “Dido and Aeneas” and Calisto in Cavalli’s “La Calisto”. Since graduation she has made a name for herself on the east coast in “The Merry Widow” as Valencienne with New Rochelle Opera, “The Mikado” as Yum-Yum, “Princess Ida” as the title role, “Cendrillon” as La Fee, “Eileen” as Maddie with the Victor Herbert Renaissance Project LIVE!, “Die Fledermaus” as Adele with Amore Opera which was given a rave review by Voce di Meche “Adele was given a perfect portrayal by Haley Marie Vick–a properly over-the-top performance as she cajoled and wheedled and complained of a sick aunt.”. Haley has also performed in an opera gala in the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall. In addition to these endeavors, she has performed as the soprano soloist in Benjamin Brittan’s “Rejoice in the Lamb” and sung in the chorus of “Carmina Burana” with the Chicago Sinfonietta.
Since moving back to the Chicago area, Haley can be seen performing at Six Flags Great America: Holiday in the Park in the acapella group “The MistleTones.”
One of Haley’s crowning achievements, however, was not in the opera world, but on stage at Chicago’s United Center with The Rolling Stones to sing in the chorus of “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” for their three sold out performances in their 50 And Counting Tour.