soprano

CREE CARRICO

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May 31- June 8

Cendrillon- La Fee

Opera Company of Middlebury


July 26- August 3

La Boheme  - Musetta

Union Avenue Opera


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Praised by Opera News for her “gleaming tone,” soprano Cree Carrico is an emerging singing actress quickly gaining recognition as an interpreter of 20th and 21st century works. Last season alone, engagements included the role of Stella in A Streetcar Named Desire with Opera Company of Middlebury, Zegner Daughter, Littler in the world premiere of Missy Mazzoli and Royce Vavrek’s Proving Up with Opera Omaha, Diana in Orpheus in the Underworld with New Orleans Opera, a reprisal of the role of Rosemary Kennedy in JFK for Montreal Opera, Esther in Morning Star for On Site Opera, Adele in Die Fledermaus for Finger Lakes Opera, and Haydn’s Mariazeller Messe for Mid-America Productions at Carnegie Hall. This season, Carrico reprises the role of Zegner Daughter, Littler in Proving Up with Opera Omaha at The Miller Theater in New York, performs Beatrice in Three Decembers with Nashville Opera, Adele in Die Fledermaus with Opera Tampa, Musetta in La bohème with Union Avenue Opera, La Fee in Cendrillon with Opera Company of Middlebury, and covers Eliza and sings in the ensemble of My Fair Lady: in Concert with the Utah Symphony. Additionally, she performs as a soloist in a concert celebrating The Muny’s 100th season with St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Women in Opera’s Backstage Brunch with Opera America, and in American Lyric Theater’s workshop of Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Fallen Giant.  Cree performed Lauretta in the prestigious Merola Opera Program’s production of Gianni Schicchi at San Fransisco Opera and debuted with the Fort Worth Opera as Rosemary Kennedy in the world premiere of David T. Little and Royce Vavrek’s JFK. Cree can also be heard on the cast recording of David Lang’s chamber opera The Difficulty of CrossingaField produced by Beth Morrison Projects.

Praised by Opera News 

for her “gleaming tone,”



REVIEW


 The Difficulty of Crossing a Field 

 “Carrico, a notably versatile performer, plays up the humor in her part with a girlish impetuosity that spills naturally from her crystal-clear soprano-belt mix.”

– Opera News



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