Rosati-Kain grad hits a high note in opera career
Don't call Molly Clodius an opera diva.
The self-described "shy" soprano recently took home the National Music Teachers Association Young Artist Award, but she is quick to point out that faith and family are what keep her going.
"You always have to trust in God and know He has a plan for you," she said. "I've had a lot of auditions, and that means dealing with rejection. I want to win, but I also want everyone to do well. I am learning to be more competitive, but I'm not your typical opera diva."
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