Aimé Sposato joined the Titusville Summer Theater Board in 2022 and served as a Music Director for 2023's “The Sound of Music”. She currently serves as the Board's Secretary.
Aimé, operatic soprano and voice instructor, co-founded the Rocsato Conservatory of Music with her husband, Gregory Rock, after serving as the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs of a private college in Southwest Virginia where she also held a tenured faculty appointment as Professor of Music. Prior to her role as Provost, she served as the Associate Dean and Professor of Voice at Shenandoah Conservatory in Winchester, Virginia, a position that she held for 24 years. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Voice from the University of Pittsburgh, a Master of Music degree in Voice from Duquesne University and a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Voice from West Virginia University.
Performing in major concert halls throughout the world, she has been a soloist on National Public Radio, performed at Carnegie Hall, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, National Cathedral, the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, and the Music Center at Strathmore. Aimé has appeared as soloist throughout Europe at Notre Dame and Sacre Coeur in Paris, Chartres Cathedral in Chartres, France, Rudolfinum Concert Hall in Prague, St. Peter’s Basilica Vatican City in Rome, San Marco Basilica in Venice, and many others. She has performed over 20 operatic roles and more than 30 oratorios, masses, and cantatas. For some diversion, she also enjoyed singing the national anthem for the Steelers, Pirates, and for multiple NASCAR International Speedways. Aimé’s favorite musical is “the Phantom of the Opera. and she is an avid follower of NASCAR!