"I have way more music but this is what i have picked out so far"

E' solita la storia ( Cilea)

This one is stunning if you can sing it well, but it is definiteoy more about emotion than it is about wowing the judges with your technique. Given your European art song choices are not particularly showy vocally (I don't know the John Work song), I
suggest you use your operatic the aria to show off your technical chops.

"Die Bildnis" is definitely a tough sing - but you also need to mix up the mood a bit - you don't want three slow or reflective pieces (again, I don't know "Soliloquy") - to show off your versatility not just as a technician but also
as an interpreter. Also, having something pre-19th century would be good if you're art song is going to be Romantic or Post-Romantic, and your Af-Am song is 20th/21st c.

I think you should stick with Italian for your opera aria. If you have a good, "solid" fioratura, one of these might be just the ticket:

Handel: "Se per te giungo a godere" - from RODELINDA

Handel: "Il tuo sangue, ed il tuo zelo" - from ARIODANTE

Handel: "Tu vivi, e punito" - from ARIODANTE

Handel: "La speme ti consoli" - from PARTENOPE

Only you and your voice teacher will know if these would be too ambitious for you:

Rossini: "Ecco ridente in cielo" - IL BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA

Rossini: "Si, ritrovarla lo giuro" - LA CENERENTOLA

Rossini: "Ah, come il cor di giubilo" - L'ITALIANA IN ALGERI

2.)European art songs

Apres un reve (faure)

wanderers nachtlied (schubert) - Of your two German choices, I think this one has the advantage. But I'm really not used to hearing a high voice sing it.

im wunderschonen monat mai (schumann)

l'invitation au voyage (duparc) - Of your two French choices, I prefer this one.

Some you might also consider (for your melancholy streak):

Mahler: Erinnerung

R. Strauss: Beifreit, Op. 39 No. 4

Berlioz: Sur les lagunes, from LES NUITS D'ÉTÉ

Chausson: Le temps des lilas

Massenet: Elégie

Brahms: Ach, wende diesen Blick, Op. 57 No. 4