Repertoire – Opera and Operetta

Opera and Operetta – full roles
(Original languages unless otherwise stated)

Bizet – Carmen ‘Carmen’ (French, English)
Puccini – Madama Butterfly ‘Suzuki’ (Italian, English)
Tchaikovsky – The Queen of Spades ‘Polina’ (English, Russian)
Tchaikovsky – Evgeny Onegin ‘Olga’ (English, Russian)
Lehar – The Merry Widow ‘Hannah Glavari’*
Gilbert & Sullivan – Iolanthe ‘Iolanthe’
Gilbert & Sullivan – Ruddigore ‘Rose Maybud’
Gilbert & Sullivan  –The Pirates of Penzance ‘Ruth’
Gilbert & Sullivan – Trial by Jury ‘The Plaintiff’
Gounod – Faust ‘Marthe Schwerlein’ (English)
Purcell – Dido and Aeneas ‘The Sorceress’
Strauss II – Die Fledermaus ‘Rosalinda’ (English)*
Verdi – Nabucco ‘Fenena’ (English)
Verdi – La Traviata ‘Flora Bervoix’ (English)

* = Weinberger edition – generally transposed down a tone from original key

Opera – partial roles and those currently in preparation

Mozart – Cosi fan tutte ‘Dorabella’
Mozart – Die Zauberflöte ‘Second Lady’
Tchaikovsky – The Maid of Orleans ‘Joan of Arc’
Verdi – Don Carlo ‘Eboli’

Concert arias aside from those sung in full roles above

Bellini – I Capuleti ed i Montecchi ‘Se Romeo t’uccise un figlio’ (Italian, English – Romeo)
Britten – The Rape of Lucretia ‘Flowers bring to every year the same perfection’ (Lucretia)
Donizetti – La Favorita ‘O Mio Fernando/O Mon Fernand’ (Italian, French – Leonora)
GluckOrfeo ‘Che faro senza Euridice?’ (Orfeo)
Gounod – Faust ‘Faites-lui mes aveux’ (Siebel)
Handel – Ariodante ‘Dover, Giustizia, Amor!’ (Polinesso)
Handel – Serse ‘Frondi tenere… Ombra mai fu’ (Serse)
Massenet Werther ‘Va Laisse Couler mes Larmes’ (Charlotte)
MozartLa Clemenza di Tito ‘Parto, parto’ (Sesto)
MozartLa Clemenza di Tito ‘Non piu di fiori’ (Vitellia)
Ponchielli – La gioconda ‘Stella del marinar’ (Laura), ‘Voce di donna’ (La Cieca)
PurcellDido and Aeneas ‘When I am Laid in Earth’ (Dido)
RossiniIl Barbiere di Siviglia ‘Una Voce Poco Fa’ (Rosina)
RossiniL’Italiana in Algeri ‘Cruda sorte! Già so per pratica’ (Isabella)
Saint-Saens – Samson et Dalilah ‘Mon Coeur s’ouvre à ta voix’, ‘Printemps qui commence’ (Dalilah)
Strauss IIDie Fledermaus ‘Chacun a son gout’ (Prince Orlofsky)
TchaikovskyThe Maid of Orleans ‘Da, chas nastal’ (Adieu, forêts, in Russian, Joan of Arc)
VerdiDon Carlo ‘O Don Fatale’ (Eboli)
Verdi – Il Trovatore ‘Condotta ell’era in ceppi’ (Azucena)