Originally from Doylestown, PA, Roseallie Kasloski holds a Bachelor’s degree from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA. Singing and playing piano since the age of 3, Roseallie had the opportunity to tour Eastern Europe with the Sound of America honor band and chorus in the summer of 2008. Upon her arrival to Philadelphia, she was first seen on the public stage in a Philly Fringe production by local composer Melissa Dunphy. Since then, she has been featured mezzo-soprano for many local events in Philadelphia, including; her most current role as Mrs. Herring for Temple University's production of "Albert Herring", “2nd and 3rd annual Night of Opera” for the New Freedom Theatre, “The Met meets Broadway” for the Germantown First Presbyterian Church, and “Birthday Celebration of Bach” for the Main Line Ecumenical Choir. She was also seen as the student director for the annual University of the Arts Opera night for 2 consecutive years. Known for her “rich, velvety tones that can fill any room she sings in”, Roseallie has studied in the studios of David Arnold, Reginald Pindell, Paul Spencer Adkins and Sharon Sweet. Roseallie is currently working on her master's degree in Vocal Performance at The Boyer College of Music.

Temple University Opera Theater, Albert Herring 2013