Soprano Nikoleta Rallis is a professional opera singer based in New York City. She has performed with prestigious companies like Annapolis Opera and Dicapo Opera in theaters like Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center and Merkin Hall. She has been called "the most satisfying cast member” with a “warm and beautiful voice and uses it skillfully in negotiating challenging tessitura and in communicating text,” by Bachtrack and "she hits high notes the way LeBron James slam-dunks," by the Star News.
Ms. Rallis is a pupil of renowned voice teacher Patricia McCaffrey. She passes on what her teacher has taught her, while adding her own touch and personal experiences as a singer. Her students include opera singers, musical theater singers, pop singers, jewish cantors, as well as beginners who are learning to sing for the first time. She also has years of experience teaching children, both privately and with St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, where she was musical director and conductor of the youth choir performing both liturgical and secular music. Ms. Rallis' experience and understanding of differentiating styles allows her to teach in any genre.
Voice Lessons are an hour long, and cost $80. A pianist can be provided for $20 if needed, but is not required.
To schedule a lesson email Ms. Rallis at or fill out the form below.