Geena Jeffries Mattox

Ms. Geena Jeffries Mattox, a native of Boulder, Colorado, spent two decades performing throughout the United States and Europe. Ms. Mattox made her Broadway Debut at the Majestic Theater as Carlotta in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s, The Phantom of the Opera. She later originated the role of Carlotta in the Las Vegas Phantom, The Las Vegas Spectacular.

Ms. Mattox made her Carnegie Hall Debut under the Baton of John Rutter as the soprano soloist in Mozart’s Regina Coeli, Schubert’s Mass in G Major, and Rutter’s Magnificat. Her other credits include Radio City Music Hall Debut, ESPN ESPY Awards Live – featured soprano soloist; Ohio Valley Symphony, Operatic Selections – featured soprano soloist; West Virginia University Chamber Orchestra, Strauss’ Vier Letzte Lieder – soprano soloist; Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra, Mendelssohn’s Elijah – soprano soloist; Colorado Symphony, Dubois’s The Seven Last Words of Christ – soprano soloist; Denver Symphony Orchestra, Rachmaninov’s The Bells – soprano soloist; and Colorado Mahler Fest III – featured soprano soloist.

She has performed leading operatic roles with opera companies throughout the US and Europe, including the role of the Countess in Le Nozze di Figaro, Rosalinda in Fledermaus, the title role in Princess Ida, Fiordiligi in Cosi Fan Tutti, Inez in II Trovatore.

She is the first-place winner of the Bel Canto Competition, San Francisco Opera Competition, Denver Lyric Opera Guild Competition, and Metropolitan Opera’s Rocky Mountain Regional Competition which allowed her to compete in the Metropolitan Opera’s National Council Semi-Finals where she was recognized as a Metropolitan Opera National Semi-Finalist.

Ms. Mattox is in her third year of a DMA program at West Virginia University. She received her MM from the University of Colorado and her BA from Colorado Christian University (aka: Rockmont College).