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Elizabeth Barron

Lyrico Spinto

Elizabeth Barron

Elizabeth Barron is a Lyrico Spinto who is making her mark on the American opera stages. Her Italianate sound and dramatic abilities are bringing delight to audiences in various venues.

Of her portrayal as Elisabetta in Verdi’s Don Carlo with Boston Bel Canto Opera, Lloyd Schwartz, Pulitzer-prize-winning critic of the Boston Globe, said, " Her limpid voice and elegant pianissimos enhanced her image as a demure and vulnerable pawn (especially in her exquisite moments of nostalgia for her beloved France). In her final aria, 'Tu Che le vanita,' I was touched by both her helplessness and by her dignity, her moral outrage at the world's vanities."

Ms. Barron will be appearing again with Boston Bel Canto Opera this fall, as Cio-cio-san in Madama Butterfly. Ms. Barron is making her debut with Center City Opera as Norma, and is also engaged by Center City Opera to sing the role of Desdemona in Verdi’s Othello this summer.

Ms. Barron is a native of Chicago but currently makes her home in New York City, and she has been heard there in such roles as Mimi in La Boheme, Giorgietta in Puccini’s Il Tabarro, and Micaela in Carmen.

 

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