Evelyn Carr

Evelyn Carr is an award winning young artist whose professional experience includes national awards, TV, theater, opera, and musical recordings. She recently won First Place in NY Lyric Opera Theatre's National Vocal Competition (Junior High) and was an invited soloist at their Awards Concert at Symphony Space.  Favorite theater roles include playing Brigitta Von Trapp in The Sound of Music, Gertrude McFuzz in Seussical,  Beth Moss in The Tender Land by Aaron Copland, and Annie in Annie. She has appeared in principal roles on the TV shows Momsters with Roseanne Barr and The Hunt with John Walsh. Evelyn has also performed several times at Carnegie Hall. As a member of the Broadway Youth Ensemble she has performed at Yankee Stadium, in the "Broadway Sings for Newtown" concert and  at the Waldorf Astoria for Mayor Bloomberg's 9/11 Memorial Foundation. Evelyn enjoys singing at her church and singing the National Anthem at special events, and she is the soloist on the Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra's 50th Anniversary recording of the National Anthem. Evelyn was recently nominated for a National Youth Arts Award for her portrayal of Gertude McFuzz in Seussical Jr.


When Evelyn Carr...sang three patriotic songs from the steps of the Community Center this Veterans Day, people were amazed. Never had the town featured a singer who was so young, had so much poise, and had such a powerful voice."

- Darla Shaw, The Press

"The young actors playing the seven Von Trapp children steal every scene with their beautiful timing in "So Long, Farewell," singing and dancing in the dresses and suits Maria has made for them out of curtains. They enliven all the numbers with fine acting and harmony."

- JAMES F. COTTER, Times Herald-Record, The Sound of Music at Westchester Broadway Theatre. 

"After it played, "The audience applauded," said Coach Carl Charles, Athletic Director. "In eight years of athletic events, that's never happened before."

- Story by the Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra regarding the debut of the RSO's 50th Anniversary recording of the National Anthem with vocals by Evelyn Carr. The Press & HamletHub

 ““Maja maja mia mö,” sings the (excellent) children’s chorus over and over like a kindergarten of Valkyries in training.”

- Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim, The New York Times. Feuersnot at Carnegie Hall