Arizona Opera Cast Members & Creatives
Destacada por su inteligencia musical y color de voz cálido, Sarah Tucker está tomando impulso como una sobresaliente joven soprano.
Su primer año lo realizó en Studio Artist con Arizona Opera. La Sra. Tucker cantará Pamina en The Magic Flute, presentará Countess Ceprano/Paggio en Rigoletto y realizará el papel de Tatiana en Eugene Onegin.
Este año, la Sra. Tucker compitió en the Metropolitan Opera National Council Semifinals en the Met stage de la ciudad de Nueva York. La Sra. Tucker fue finalista en the 2014 Fritz y Lavinia Jensen Foundation Voice Competition. Se presentó con Gotham Chamber Opera cantando el papel de Memory I en la gran acogida del estreno mundial de Lembit Beecher’s I Have No Stories To Tell You y se unió a Crested Butte Music Festival como Marcello Giordani Young Artist, cantando Countess Ceprano en Verdi’s Rigoletto y Suor Dolcina en Puccini’s Suor Angelica.
La Sra. Tucker fue finalista y ganadora del premio Encouragement Award en el 2013 Licia Albanese Puccini Competition y fue semifinalista en the 2013 Loren L. Zachary Competition. Es recien graduada de the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM).
Praised by Opera Today for “pure, clear tones” and lauded by the Arizona Republic for “purity and vivacious charm,” young soprano Sarah Tucker is demanding attention for her captivating vocal timbre and engaging stage presence. Tucker was a National Semifinalist in the 2014 Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions and recently completed her second year as a member of the Arizona Opera Studio. She was recently heard as Nelly Nettleton in Arizona Opera’s innovative, multi-lingual production of Arizona Lady, in which she not only sang, but also “danced like a flapper” (Opera Today).
Last season for Tucker included debuts with The Dallas Opera as Frasquita in Carmen, San Diego Opera as Micaëla in Carmen, and Intermountain Opera Bozeman as Tatyana in Eugene Onegin. The 2019/20 Season sees several company debuts: as Donna Anna in Don Giovanni with Pensacola Opera, Mimi in La bohème with Gulf Shore Opera, and Tatyana in Eugene Onegin with Opera in the Heights.
In the 2017/18 Season, Tucker made her Opera Philadelphia debut where she reprised First Memory in Lembit Beecher’s War Stories, a role which she first premiered with Gotham Chamber Opera in New York City. Additionally, she sang Gilda in Rigoletto with Opera Connecticut and Lauretta in Gianni Schicchi with the Seiji Ozawa Matsumoto Festival. The 2016/17 Season brought her debut with Utah Opera as Micaëla in Carmen, her return to Texas State University as a guest soloist in Stravinsky’s Les Noces, and covering the title role in The Golden Cockerel at Santa Fe Opera. Her 2015/16 Season included several more role debuts with Arizona Opera including Micaëla in Carmen, Rosalba in Florencia en el Amazonas, and Zerlina in Don Giovanni as well as her San Francisco Opera debut as Jano in Jenufa.
Passionate about uncommon works as well as traditional operatic repertoire, Tucker collaborated with conductor Scott Terrell in Lexington Philharmonic’s 2015 Holiday Series, which included the rarely performed “Song of the Angel” by John Tavener. The piece’s haunting duet for soprano and solo violin requires great musical and vocal versatility, which was “stunningly realized by Tucker” (Tedrin Blair Lindsay, Contributing Music Critic, www.kentucky.com). She was also the star of a cutting-edge workshop of composer Clint Borzoni’s The Copper Queen in which she performed the role of Julia Lowell as part of Arizona Opera’s “Arizona Spark” initiative.