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Marisol Montalvo

Soprano (Voice) Düsseldorf, Germany 9 Followers
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Marisol Montalvo Dec 13, 2011

Le Monde calls Marisol Montalvo “a true revelation” as the title role in Luluexclaiming that “The American soprano possesses real stage and vocal presence, and executes the exhausting role with incredible intensity” following performances at the Opéra National de Paris. The demanding Berg role has grown to be a centerpiece of the soprano’s repertoire at many of the world’s finest houses including the Deutsche Oper Berlin, Teatro de la Maestranza, Opéra de Toulouse, and in the acclaimed Calixto Bieto production at Theater Basel. She has also sung performances of Berg’s Lulu Suite with the Las Palmas Philharmonic. In the 2011-12 season, she creates the roles of Il Serpente and Il Madre in Marco Stroppa’s Il re orso at the with Opéra Comique. She also returns to Lithuianian National Opera for Sierva Maria in Eötvös’ Love and other demons and sings Jenny in The rise and fall of the city of Mahagonny with New Israeli Opera. She also joins the Orchestre National de Pays de la Loire for Fauré’s Requiem and excerpts of Candide. Last season, she made her debut with Canadian Opera Company as Chiang Ch’ing in Adams’ Nixon in China and sang her first performances of Poulenc’s La voix humaine in Santiago de Compostela. She also returned to the role of La voix de la soprano in Maintz’ Maldoror at the Theater Basel, Pintcher’s Herodiade Fragmente and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 with Christoph Eschenbach conducting the National Symphony Orchestra, as well as sang further performances of Mahler’sSymphony No 8 with the Bamberger Symphoniker. Ms. Montavlo has received equal praise for performances within a wide range of operatic repertoire and has joined Lithuianian National Opera for Sierva Maria in Love and other demons; both the Teatro Real and Grand Teatre del Liceu for Princesse in L'enfant et les sortileges; Glyndebourne and Zurich Operas for Esmerelda in Bartered Bride; Deutsche Oper Berlin for Sophie in Der Rosenkavalier, Fiakermilli inArabella, and Orff’s Carmina burana; and Théâtre de Avignon for Oscar in Un ballo in maschera and the title role in Chaynes’ Cecilia. She repeated performances of Chaynes’ Cecilia with Opera de Monte Carlo, L’Opera de Nancy et de Lorraine, and Opéra Royal de Wallonie. She sang the world premiere of Mainz’s Maldoror as part of the Münchener Biennale and in Aachen. She has also joined the Orquestra Sinfonica do Estado de São Paolo for Nanetta in Falstaff, Opera de Monte Carlo for Monica inThe Medium, Théâtre du Chatelet for Autonoe in Henze’s The Bassaridsas well as both Woglinde and the Third Norn in Götterdämmerung, Zurich Opera for the leading role of Max in Knussen’s Where the Wild Things Are, Opéra National de Paris for Aiglaia in Liebermann’s Medea, and Théâtre du Rennes for Ännchen in Der Freischütz. She joined the Nationaltheater Mannheim for Blondchen in Die Entführung aus dem Serail, Ideé Fixe Festival in Belgiul for Gilda in Rigoletto, Vienna’s Klangbogen Festival for Bella in Lehar’s Paganini, as well as Theater Dortmund for numerous roles including the title role in Meyerbeer’sDinorah and Euridice in Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice. Ms. Montalvo has enjoyed a strong collaborative relationship with Christoph Eschenbach and the Philadelphia Orchestra, having previously joined the orchestra for Pintscher’s Herodiade Fragmente and Mahler’sSymphony No. 8 at Carnegie Hall and both the Pintscher work and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 on its European tour in 2006. Her performances of Mahler’s Symphony No. 4 with the orchestra will be released on CD. She also joined Eschenbach and the Orchestra de Paris for performances of Mahler’s Symphony No. 8 that have been released as a commercial DVD. A sought-after interpreter of Pintscher’s compositions, she has also performed his Herodiade Fragmente with the Saarbrücken Orchestra, Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk Orchester, in a BBC Promenade Concert, and in performances in Munich, Paris, and London; as well as the composer’s Twilight Song and the German premiere of L’espace dernier with Alte Oper Frankfurt She joined Sir Neville Mariner and the Los Angeles Philharmonic for Mozart concert arias at the Hollywood Bowl and has returned for a concert of bossa nova concerts. She has sung Mahler’s Das klagende Lied with the London Symphony Orchestra and Vladimir Jurowski, Dalbavie’s Double Jeu with the Orchestre de Paris, Staar’s Just an accident with the Vienna Philharmonic for Staar’s Just an accident, Nono’s Canto di vita e amore at the Berlin Philharmonie, Chaynes’ Pour un monde noir with the Orchestre Colonne, Weill’s Der neue Orpheus and Halffter’s Brecht Lieder with the Mitteldeutsche Rundfunk Orchester, Berg’s Sieben Frühe Lieder and Benjamin’s A Mind of Winter at Strasbourg’s Festival Musica, Orff’s Carmina burana in São Paolo, and Frank Martin’s Maria Triptychon in Utrecht.

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