Lisette Oropesa
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C. W. Gluck

Mar. 10, 15, 18, 21, 24, 25

Lucia di Lammermoor review – bloody and convincing

But allears as well as eyesare on Lisette Oropesa. Lucia is her first Royal Opera role, and the Cuban-American soprano is sensationally good. She makes the stratospheric vocal fireworks of her mad scene – accompanied by flute this time, not glass harmonica – sound easy; indeed, her every note is part of a convincing portrayal of a complex character. It’s a rare Lucia – and a rare production – that manages that.

—  Erica Jeal  •  The Guardian
Lisette Oropesa in Madrid
Lisette Oropesa in Madrid
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Winter Newsletter

The new season has taken off and we are hitting the ground running in more ways than one!  This season I have the privilege of making my debut with the Royal Opera House-Covent Garden in the title role of LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR, a role I have not sung in a few years, and have dreamed of making the cornerstone of my repertoire.  

If you saw my season announcement, you’ll know that I’ll be doing it again in the spring of 2018 in Madrid!  LUCIA at the ROH runs for 8 performances, from Oct 30th thru Nov 27th, with a stop in Berlin on November 4th to sing in the AIDS benefit gala concert.  

After my work inEuropeI’ll return to the Metropolitan Opera to sing Gretel in the holiday production this year, HANSEL AND GRETEL.  I am excited to be working with so many wonderful singers and conductors thisseason,and to make my debut in London, sing in Berlin for the first time as well, and return to the Met in a new role.  Hope to see you at a performance! 

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