Elizabeth Pojanowski

headshotA-150x150American mezzo-soprano Elizabeth Pojanowski is gaining renown in theaters and concert halls not only for her voice but for her electric stage presence and keen interpretation of new works. Opera News writes that in Chautauqua Opera’s production of CUNNING LITTLE VIXEN, “her Fox provided a charming love interest and a warm, clear timbre.”  In 2015 she sang Dorabella in Annapolis Opera’s production of COSI FAN TUTTE and also originated the role of Sadie in the critically acclaimed world premiere of Ricky Ian Gordon’s opera MORNING STAR with Cincinnati Opera, a company with whom she has also played the roles of Nancy T’ang NIXON IN CHINA, Mercédès CARMEN and Tebaldo DON CARLO.

Ms. Pojanowski made her New York City Opera debut as Shelley in the American Premiere of Anthony Turnage’s ANNA NICOLE, and other recent engagements include Cherubino LE NOZZE DI FIGARO with Seattle Opera, Isolier LE COMTE ORY with Loft Opera, the world premiere of Gregg Kellor’s THE TELLTALE HEART for On-Site Opera, Mrs Merivale in Carlisle Floyd’s PRINCE OF PLAYERS with the Little Opera Theatre of New York,  Tisbe LA CENERENTOLA  with Opera Omaha, a role she went on to perform with NYCO Renaissance.

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