A native of Baltimore, MD, Breanna Sinclairé is a graduate of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, where she became the first transgender woman to earn a Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance, under the pedagogy of Ruby Pleasure. Ms. Sinclairé has gone on to perform in many concerts with several national gay men’s choruses, the Colorado Symphony, and at venues such as the Nourse Theatre, Walt Disney Concert Hall, and the Lincoln Theatre. She has also made history by becoming the first trans woman to sing the National Anthem at a professional sporting event, first with Oakland A's, then with the San Francisco Deltas and Giants. This performance marks her San Francisco Symphony debut.

(December 2018)

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