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Tamara Wilson

Tamara Wilson


Among the four principal singers, only two start as they mean to continue. From her first note to her last, Tamara Wilson's Aida displays a voice of distinctive beauty and apparently effortless power, warm and evenly produced throughout her considerable range…she is a sincere and sympathetic heroine.” Sarah Noble, The Opera Critic, July 14, 2009 – Title role in 'Aida' (role debut) at Opera Australia “Meanwhile, as his daughter Maria, raised as Amelia Grimaldi, soprano Tamara Wilson gives a performance that is both utterly grounded and soaring.” John Coulbourn, Toronto Sun, April 13, 2009 – Amelia Grimaldi in 'Simon Boccanegra' at the Canadian Opera Company (debut) “Wilson, who sang in HGO's fall production of Verdi's 'A Masked Ball', showed excellent control of her considerable power as well as good coloratura and range. Her outpouring of Konstanze's anguish over being separated from Belmonte was the best individual work of the evening.” Charles Ward, Houston Chronicle, January 19, 2008 – Konstanze in HGO’s 'Die Entführung aus dem Serail' “With a voice of steely beauty and great power,” (Houston Chronicle) soprano Tamara Wilson begins the 2009 – 2010 season as Alice Ford in 'Falstaff' for her debut with Washington National Opera. “A bona fide Verdi soprano,” Ms. Wilson made her Canadian Opera Company debut as Amelia Grimaldi in 'Simon Boccanegra' and Opera Australia debut in a new production of 'Aida' during the 2008 – 2009 season. Other Verdi roles have included Amelia in 'Un ballo in maschera' at Houston Grand Opera in which she “handled the role with authority and great musicality” (Opera News) and La Marchesa del Poggio in 'Un giorno di regno' with Wolf Trap Opera Company. Ms. Wilson also returns to the Canadian Opera Company in the spring of 2010 for her role debut as Elettra in 'Idomeneo' conducted by Harry Bicket, which will be broadcast by the CBC across Canada. She recently made her Los Angeles Opera debut as the First Lady in 'Die Zauberflöte' with James Conlon conducting. Other Mozart heroines include Konstanze in 'Die Entführung aus dem Serail' at Houston Grand Opera showing “excellent control of her considerable power as well as good coloratura and range” (Houston Chronicle) and the Countess Almaviva in Berkshire Opera’s production of 'Le nozze di Figaro'. Also in 2009 – 2010, she will be heard as Miss Jessel in Houston Grand Opera’s production of 'The Turn of the Screw' and will be soprano soloist for performances of Beethoven’s 'Missa solemnis' with John Nelson and the Chamber Orchestra of Europe in Lisbon for DVD release and with Ensemble Orchestral de Paris at Notre Dame. Future seasons will see Ms. Wilson at Washington National Opera, Canadian Opera Company, Théâtre du Capitole in Toulouse, Teatro Municipal de Santiago in Chile, and Houston Grand Opera. A former member of the Houston Grand Opera Studio, she has previously been seen as the High Priestess in 'Aida', the Innkeeper’s Wife in 'The Cunning Little Vixen', and the Countess Almaviva in 'Le nozze di Figaro'. In June 2007, Ms. Wilson received acclaim for her performance of Fiordiligi in 'Così fan tutte' with Aspen Opera Theater. Also in the 2006 – 2007 season, she made her debut with the Houston Ballet performing Stravinsky’s 'Les Noces', as well as the role of Bubikopf in a production of Viktor Ullmann's 'Der Kaiser von Atlantis' conducted by James Conlon. Other appearances include Rossini’s 'Petite messe solennelle' with the Choral Arts Society in Austin, Texas. Ms. Wilson’s awards include the George London Award from the George London Foundation in which she was hailed for a “striking timbre all her own” (Opera News) and a study grant from the Richard Tucker Music Foundation. Other notable awards include first place in the 2005 Eleanor McCollum Competition for Young Singers in Houston and finalist in the 2004 Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, among others. In addition to her operatic and orchestral performances, Ms. Wilson is an avid lecturer of vocal technique. In April 2008, Ms. Wilson will be the Guest Master Class Lecturer for the National Pastoral Musicians (NPM) in the Chicago area. Ms. Wilson received her degree at the University of Cincinnati-College Conservatory of Music (CCM). © 2009 Columbia Artists Management Inc. All Right Reserved

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