Alicia N. Brozovich is a conductor and professional soprano hailing from Wichita, KS who “demonstrates that there is still plenty of heart in the Heartland” (U.S. 1). As a conductor, she has led ensembles in the Midwest, on the East Coast, and abroad in Italy and Oxford, UK.
Her current endeavors include serving as conductor of Westminster Chapel Choir, conductor of the Westminster Community Chorus; board member for Urban Playground Chamber Orchestra in New York City; soprano in the New York Philharmonic Chorus and Philadelphia Symphonic Chorus; and Community Engagement Coordinator for Jacobs Music. Her professional Trenton-based chamber ensemble, The LOTUS Project, presented its first performance January 2022 at Trinity Cathedral in Trenton.
Also a professional vocalist, Ms. Brozovich has appeared as a soloist on televised EWTN broadcasts from the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Philadelphia; at the Spoleto Festival USA in Charleston, SC; on tour with Westminster Choir; at the 11th International World Symposium on Choral Music in Barcelona, Spain; and with Westminster Kantorei on the award-winning recording Lumina. She performs regularly in local churches and the Theoria chamber ensemble.
Ms. Brozovich is published as a contributor in Teaching Music Through Performance in Choirs: Volume IV (GIA: 2017). She holds degrees from Westminster Choir College of Rider University and Benedictine College in Atchison, KS.