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


soprano Cree Carrico is an emerging singing actress quickly gaining recognition as an interpreter of 20th and 21st century works. This season, Cree will perform the role of Amour in Orphée et Eurydice and Sagredo/Eos in Galileo Galilei with De Moines Metro Opera, the role of Gilda in Rigoletto with Syracuse Opera, a double bill as Williamson Girl/Soprano in Difficulty of Crossing a Field/Little Match Girl Passion with Portland Opera, the Hamster in the world premiere of Animal Tales! with Garden State Philharmonic, as well as performing as a soloist at the LA in Brooklyn event with Beth Morrison Projects. In past seasons, Cree performed Lauretta in the prestigious Merola Opera Program’s production of Gianni Schicchi at San Fransisco Opera, the title role of Evangeline in Concert with Longfellow Chorus, and Younger Alyce in Memphis Opera’s production of Glory Denied. Cree 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 Crossing a Field produced by Beth Morrison Projects.



Nov 18 - 19, 2016

L.A. IN BROOKLYN  - Soloist

Beth Morrison Projects

Feb 10 - 12, 2017


Syracuse Opera

Praised by Opera News 

for her “gleaming tone,”



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