Soprano Lisette Oropesa made a pleasing debut as the suffering AmaliaCharles T. Downey • Washington Post
New Orleans native Lisette Oropesa, the soprano diva, who was raised in Baton Rouge, went to LSU and who'll return to Louisiana soon, to perform in the coming LSU Opera Gala.
Listen Online at WRKF.org
You can hear me at about 35 minutes into the program. I talk about some of my favorite roles, favorite cities and about the upcoming concert in Baton Rouge!
Crowne Plaza Hotel Ballroom:
4728 Constitution Ave, Baton Rouge, LA 70808
There will be a cocktail hour (with a cash bar available) starting at 5:00 p.m.
Dinner and performance begins at 6:00 p.m.
$150 PREMIUM ADMISSION
Reserved seating, dinner with wine, concert admission,
and the after glow post-concert champagne reception
$100 GENERAL ADMISSION
Dinner with wine, and concert admission
R.S.V.P. BY SEPTEMBER 2, 2013
Lisette Oropesa is an up-and-coming soprano who has established an excellent reputation for singing with luminous tones and precise coloratura. Her Susanna was flirty, saucy and passionate.Maria Nockin • Opera Today