Russian-American Spinto Soprano, Alissa Goretsky studied at the San Francisco Conservatory of music under Cesar Ulloa. Goretsky has made her stage debut at the Walt Disney Concert Hall as a winner of the Maestro Competition as well as a contestant on The Voice. Goretsky had made her international debut in Rome,Italy as an operatic soprano when she was 16 years old singing in the concert version of “Le Nozze di Figaro” by Mozart as Barberina. She then went on to Serbia to sing Countess in the same production at the National Opera House of Belgrade. She had also been a member with Discovery Onstage Musical Theater Company in Los Angeles as Wednesday Addams in Addams F amily the Musical, Millie in Thoroughly Modern Millie, And Elphaba from Wicked in a tribute concert. Goretsky has worked with masters such as Placido Domingo, Jose Maria Condemi, John Williams, and Martin Katz to name a few. Recently, Goretsky has been preparing operas and recitals at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music within the opera and vocal department.