Celeste Teal Dixon is an American soprano and voice teacher active in both music and theater. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Music with an emphasis in Vocal Performance from Dixie State University in 2016 and earned her Master of Music in Vocal Performance at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Music in 2018.
While there, she participated in outreach productions of Don Giovanni (Donna Elvira) and Die Fledermaus (Orlofsky), performing in schools in the Las Vegas area. She has also appeared as Hippolyta in Benjamin Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. She participated as a soloist in several concert and recital performances including her Masters Recital titled Life and Love. Celeste appeared in the Hawaii Performing Arts Festival two seasons in a row. Performances there include Meg (Cover) and Quartet of Women’s Voices (Soprano 2) in Mark Adamo’s Little Women. As well as Mistress of the Novices and Alto soloist in a double bill production of Suor Angelica and Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater. Celeste also has a passion for teaching voice and currently is an adjunct voice instructor at her alma mater, Dixie State University. She also maintains a private voice studio. She loves watching her student’s confidence grow as they uncover the talent they always had within themselves. Celeste loves being back in the Southern Utah theatre community and truly believes it to be a second family! She has been seen in Man of La Mancha (Antonia), A Christmas Carol: A Modern Musical Retelling, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Gymnasia), and Jesus Christ Superstar. She also organizes local concerts titled, Southern Utah Concert Series as a way to create opportunities for local students, alumni, and community members.