Hope Osborn-Krick received both her Bachelor of Music and her Master's in Vocal Pedagogy and Vocal Performance from Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ. Among many other venues, Hope has performed as part of the Westminster Opera Theater, at Lincoln Center in New York City, NJPAC in Newark, NJ, McCarter Theater at Princeton University, and in Florence, Italy. Her collaborations include performing with the Princeton Amateur Society, Princeton Friends of Opera, Kinnara, Destino, and in a recent production of Wagner's The Flying Dutchman. Her discography includes recordings with the Westminster Williamson Voices, the East End Gilbert and Sullivan Players, Teaching Choirs Through Performance CD, and others. Hope also serve as a Section Leader at All Saints Church in Princeton. In addition to Dance Stop, Hope teaches voice at Spirit Wind Music Studios and is an Adjunct Professor of Vocal Performance at Molloy College in NY. She is distinguished by her recent awards, which include the elite Encouragement Award by the Metropolitan Opera Council, and the Milton Cross Rising Star Award, given by the Continuo Arts Foundation.