Adrienne Fletcher, soprano, currently serves as the Music Director of the Mid-Columbia Youth Symphony Orchestras and the Assistant Conductor of the Mid-Columbia Symphony. She also holds positions as Programs Manager and Music Director at the Academy of Children’s Theatre, drama teacher at Tri-Cities Prep, and guest conductor and pianist for the Mid-Columbia Mastersingers.
An advocate for arts education, Fletcher is frequently seen as an adjudicator and judge throughout the region including WIAA/WMEA Washington Solo and Ensemble Contest and CBMEA Large Group festival. She has also been at the helm for several musical theatre productions that are youth-centered and produced in the Tri-Cities. Fletcher remains active as a performing musician. As a singer, Fletcher has performed a variety of roles and genres including the Queen of the Night in Mozart’s Magic Flute and Kathy in The Last Five Years. Fletcher is an enthusiast for opera repertoire and is an active opera coach. Her most recent credits include CWU’s production of Little Red Riding Hood, Die Fledermaus, Gianni Schicchi and Valley Musical theatre’s production of Amahl and the Night Visitors.
Fletcher holds a Master of Music degree in Orchestral Conducting and Vocal Performance/Pedagogy from Central Washington University and a Bachelor of Musical Arts degree in Harp from Pacific Lutheran University. A native of Forest Grove, Oregon, she currently resides in Richland, Washington with her two cat companions.