Tara Venditti

VendittiAmerican mezzo-soprano TARA VENDITTI has been acclaimed on four continents as a “consummate singing actor” (Frankfurter Rundschau) in a wide-ranging repertoire spanning over four centuries’ worth of music.  In the 2015-2016 season, Ms. Venditti made her Wuhan Philharmonic debut as CARMEN, a role with which she has become singularly identified in recent seasons, thus marking the first occasion that a Western opera has ever been performed in Wuhan.  Ms. Venditti went on to make both her Parisian debut and Théâtre du Châtelet debut in France’s premiere of Stephen Sondheim’s PASSION, covering Natalie Dessay in the role of Fosca and performing the role of Fosca’s Mother.  Recent engagements include Aldonza MAN OF LA MANCHA for Portland Opera (US), her role debut as Isabella L’ITALIANA IN ALGERI for Sarasota Opera and the title-role CARMEN for Florida Grand Opera.  Future engagements include Olga EUGENE ONEGIN for Hawaii Opera Theatre.

Sought after for her “sultry voiced” (London Evening Standard) interpretation of the title-role CARMEN, a role Ms. Venditti has performed more than 100 times in productions with Opera Holland Park (London), Staatstheater Mainz, two separate productions at Staatstheater Darmstadt, Theater Bremen, Theater Freiburg, Theater Münster, Kentucky Opera and most recently with Florida Grand Opera.  Ms. Venditti’s “incandescent” portrayals of this role have been hailed by audiences and critics alike in sold out-performances.

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Robert Gilder
Managing Director


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