Welcome to NicoleWarner.com!

Nicole Warner, mezzo-soprano

 Hi, I'm Nicole Warner, a professional, classical mezzo-soprano.

I sing everything from Johann Sebastian Bach's Christmas Oratorio to Handel's Messiah to brand new works from living composers. I've sung solo on 3 continents...so far.

Here you will find:

+ concert announcements

+ my weekly blog Open Intervals

+ pictures of concert tours and a few epic throwbacks

+ audio and video in the Media Room and

+ my monthly eNewsletter Nicole's Notes

Music is meant to be a part of our everyday lives--it marks the transitions, the special occasions, brings meaning to our gatherings, entertains and comforts us. It's an honor to share these experiences with you!




Nicole's Upcoming Performances

Conviction - Mendelssohn's Elijah

Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy:  Elijah Sunday, March 12, 2017 at 3:00 p.m.


Mathilda Edge, soprano

Nicole Warner, alto

James Doing, tenor

Gerard Sundberg, bass

Richard Hynson, conductor

Bel Canto Chorus


St. Monica Parish

160 E Silver Spring Drive

Whitefish Bay, WI 53217

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Conviction - Mendelssohn's Elijah

Johann Sebastian Bach:  b minor Mass


Saturday, April 22, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 2:30 p.m.


Hannah Lu, soprano
Nicole Warner, mezzo
Joshua Kohl, tenor
Stephen Bryant, bass-baritone

Delta David Gier, conductor

South Dakota Symphony


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Washington Pavilion

301 S Main St

Sioux Falls, SD 57104


Read the Latest Blog Posts:

24 Oct 2016 19:37
How to Recover from Financial Abuse - From Gigs to Partners

October is Domestic Violence Awareness month, something near & dear to my heart. Financial abuse is one indicator of an abusive relationship and this can be found anywhere there are people. Thus we become more aware of it, and we act in new & different ways to recover from it and prevent it in the future.

From the organization that doesn't pay on time to the low-balling of honorariums, you've surely seen it all. So have I. I've been paid late, [ ... ]

26 Sep 2016 18:53
The Neighbor and the Techno

Now that I've moved to Milwaukee it's safe to tell this story.

My former neighbor, whom I'll simply call "Neighbor," was not what you might call the "communicative" type. If I said "hello," he would do a double-take and then say, surprised, "Hello." If I didn't say hello, he would just walk awkwardly past me. And the woman that he lived with, she was even worse. I once saw her outside, turned to her to say hello, and she literally turned and ran [ ... ]

08 Jul 2016 16:43
How Shallow is Your Breath? 2 Ways to Breathe More Deeply

We live in this time, in these bodies, in this world. And right now it's really hard.

Because we live in a culture of fear and in a culture of violence and sometimes it's really hard to hear your own voice inside your head.

Breathing deeply works against stress, against fear, and helps you connect with your inner voice, your inner wisdom.

If you, like so many of us, feel at a loss right now, start with this, it will clear your mind and give you [ ... ]