Mila Henry

Mila Henry is a New York-based pianist, coach, and music director who specializes in music theater projects and vocal chamber music, ranging from art song to cabaret, folk opera to indie musicals, standard repertoire to contemporary classics. She has collaborated on both workshops and world premieres with American Lyric Theater, American Opera Projects, Beth Morrison Projects, Center City Opera Theater, Gotham Chamber Opera, HERE, OPERA America, Opera on Tap (including Smashed: The Carrie Nation Story and The Inner Circle), Ripe Time, VisionIntoArt, and Two Sides Sounding. Notable engagements include: Later the Same Evening with Manhattan School of Music (released on Albany Records); The Blind at Lincoln Center Festival; Thumbprint and The Scarlet Ibis at PROTOTYPE; The World is Round and As One at BAM; The Difficulty of Crossing a Field with Beth Morrison Projects (to be released on Cantaloupe Music in 2015). A native of the Philadelphia area, she lives in Brooklyn.