Adelaide Fuller, of Peru, Maine, graduated from Hamilton College in 2017 with a BA in Music Performance and a love for music education. She has worked as a marketing intern for Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg, a waitress in Ireland, and as a long term phys-ed substitute teacher in an elementary school (note: don’t attempt to teach ultimate frisbee if you can’t throw a frisbee).

As a singer, Adelaide specializes in coloratura arias. She listens to psychedelic rock and jazz in her free time, and loves playing Cape Breton fiddle tunes. At Hamilton, she sang with the jazz band, chamber choir, and the Hamiltones a cappella group, an ensemble that she both arranged for and directed for two years. She also barely managed to pass a keyboard skills class, and is currently teaching herself how to play the guitar. MYRO is her newest and most joyous venture; she could not be more excited about the opportunity to work within an organization that so perfectly encapsulates her various passions.