A 2021 apprentice artist at The Santa Fe Opera, the soprano earned acclaim in 2020 as Micaëla/Carmen at Milwaukee’s Florentine Opera, where she returns this season in the title role of Pauline Viardot’s Cendrillon. While studying as a Toulmin Foundation Scholar at The Juilliard School, Henry appeared there as Arminda/La Finta Giardiniera and performed in Juilliard’s celebrations of the 80th birthdays of William Bolcom and John Corigliano with the New York Festival of Song. As a Baumgartner Studio Artist with the Florentine Opera, she portrayed Barbarina/The Marriage of Figaro. She has also participated in the Wolf Trap Opera young artist program and the Ravinia Festival’s Steans Music Institute. Henry was a finalist in the 2015 Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, Houston Grand Opera’s 2018 Eleanor McCollum Competition for Young Singers, and the 2021 National Opera Association Carolyn Bailey and Dominick Argento Vocal Competition. Concert credits include performances with the National Symphony Orchestra, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, and Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra. In recital, the soprano has performed alongside pianists Brian Zeger, Craig Rutenburg, and Mikael Eliasen. In 2017 Henry was invited to Japan as a guest singer in the Kyoto International Student Music Festival.