About Priscilla

Priscilla Coblentz is a rare, true lyric spinto soprano. Her voice is combination of power and beauty. Priscilla has wanted to be a singer since she could talk. Born and raised on a dairy farm and ranch in Chouteau, Oklahoma, she received scholarships to attend Oklahoma City University’s School of Music. After a break from music, Priscilla returned to music full-time after a chance encounter with vocal technician/teacher Antonio Conte Pugliese in 2006.

Since returning to singing she has performed in numerous public and private recitals and concerts. Priscilla has performed the title roles of Puccini’s Tosca, Suor Angelica & Madama Butterfly. She has also performed the role of Santuzza in Mascagni’s Cavalleria Rusticana, Musetta and Mimi in Puccini’s La Boheme. In December 2013 she performed at Pennsylvania Society in New York City where the Vice President of the United States was the honored guest. She has performed “God Bless America” for the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizen’s Bank Park and “The Star Spangled Banner” for the Reading Phillies on numerous occasions. In 2009, she performed at the commissioning of the USS Wayne E. Meyer; in 2011, she sang at the inauguration of Pennsylvania’s Governor; and in 2012, she performed for the inauguration of the Mayor of Philadelphia at the Academy of Music, and made her debut in Italy and Poland.

She lives in Center City, Philadelphia with her husband Aaron Cohen and Ferbie the wonder cat.