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Opera Guild:

We hope you'll be attending our fun, innovative events that we think you'll truly enjoy! We're hatching plans, forging new partnerships and bringing new energy and ideas into the Opera's endeavors. Guild members make things happen for the Opera. Our year-round volunteer efforts help to launch and expanded some of the Opera's most successful activities. Please help us bring opportunity to local talent, culture and fun to our communities by joining Lyrical Opera Theater's Opera Guild.

The Opera Guild's Mission Statement:

Lyrical Opera Theater Opera Guild's mission is to educate and grow individuals love and appreciation of Opera as an art form, provide opera and theatrical educational and performance opportunities for youth and community artists, to promote and provide volunteer opportunities, raise funds and grow awareness of Opera in its purest form through:


Lyrical Opera Theater Opera Guild is key to assuring the success of LOT's events. Join us for a behind the scenes look at what it takes to run an opera company!


Everyone can play a role at Lyrical Opera Theater, no audition necessary… Just email us or give us a call to join Opera Guild!.


Contact: Deborah Siddoway at

Your membership will provide you with the following benefits:
  • Advanced notice of events
  • Community activism
  • Youth events
  • Opera and music education
  • Participation in fundraising
  • Behind the scenes access to events
  • Literary opportunities

Our President: Deborah Siddoway

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Watch now: Interview special starring Deborah Siddoway, LOT Opera Guild President

Deborah Siddoway, Soprano Lyrical Opera Theater's Carmen 2017 Act 1 Lyrical Opera Theater's "Tosca" Act 3, Joshua Jensen as Sciarrone and Deborah Siddoway as a Soldier "Sciarrone and a Soldier" Deborah Siddoway, Soprano

Deborah Siddoway, soprano has worked collaboratively and individually on a variety of concerts. As a classically trained musician, her primary performance focus is Opera and Broadway. Her performances include Kate Pinkerton & Mama in Lyrical Opera Theater's Madama Butterfly, chorus in Lyrical Opera Theater's Tosca, and La Bohème and Gretchen and chorus in Beth Bruner's production of the Grand Duke. Her concert soloist performances include singing Puccini's "O mio babbino caro" and Rossini's "Duetto buffo di due gatti" with Lyrical Opera Theater soloing in the Matsumoto, Japan/Salt Lake City sister city Gala. She has been featured in the Italian festival "Ferragosto" and West Valley City, Mayor Mike Winder's Gala concert. Her vocal repertoire includes, English, Italian, German, French and Latin. Although she holds a Master's in Business and certification in Human Resources her passion is in the arts. She is living proof you are never too old to follow your dreams.

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Sarah Seamons, Vice President

Sarah Seamons

Sarah Seamons grew up in Ogden Utah and was part of High School and Community Theater. Sarah has also sung with the Mormon Youth Chorus and is currently taking voice lessons with Lynnette Owens. She has sung in the Lyrical Opera Theater chorus in Falstaff and La Traviata and will be a soloist in Rigoletto.

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