Elizabeth is so happy to return to Pacific Symphony this May in a concert featuring works by American composer André Previn. Elizabeth will be singing his beautiful song cycle for soprano & orchestra, Honey & Rue. More info here.
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Soprano Elizabeth Caballero delivered a marvelous Violetta, the courtesan, on Friday. She was animated, communicative and believable, singing with a big, facile, focused sound while making the vocal demands of the role seem easy and natural. She also was fearless onstage, playing the final scenes in a pale, disheveled, haggard state that lent reality to […]
Elizabeth will be traveling to Santo Domingo in August to perform a spanish version of The Merry Widow (La Viuda Alegre) in which she will perform the title role. This is an exciting debut for Elizabeth, who was born in Cuba, as spanish is her native tongue. In addition, this also marks her debut in the country of Dominican […]
The 2013-14 season marks several exciting debut’s for Elizabeth. In September/October she will make her company and role debut in Virginia Opera singing Alice Ford in the Verdi masterpiece, Falstaff. Late October she will travel to Miami to perform in the prestigious Festival Miami, known as Florida’s premier live music festival, hosted by her Alma Mater University […]
Madison Opera will be broadcasting their opening night performance of Don Giovanni on Saturday, May 25th at 12:00PM Central time. This was Elizabeth’s debut in the role of Donna Anna which opened to great reviews for her and the entire cast including Maestro Joseph Mechavich. The Daily Page said of her performance, ‘a voice of tremendous power, but […]
In February, Elizabeth made her return to Seattle Opera in the role of Mimi in La bohème. She had previously debuted with the company in Le nozze di Figaro in the role of Susanna. For her return as Mimi, she received great reviews which included from the Seattle Times, ‘ElizabethCaballero, pouring forth a stream of glorious tone…’ and from The […]
Elizabeth Caballero has literally one of the finest voices I’ve ever heard, crushing the men onstage with a booming, elastic vibrato that dominates McCaw Hall. Imagine the world’s creamiest, richest vanilla custard—now imagine that as a serenade. The only drag about La Bohème is that Caballero is not singing constantly throughout the show. Dominic Holden, […]
Giacomo Puccini’s “Madama Butterfly” is fraught with heartache and tragedy, but the most poignant moment of the Lyric Opera’s opening-night performance came not during the opera itself, but at the curtain call. Soprano Elizabeth Caballero, who had just delivered a stunning performance in the title role, sank to her knees in tears as the audience […]
In order for the tragedy to have a proper impact, the audience must love the heroine Mimi as much as the poet Rodolfo does. In her portrayal, soprano Elizabeth Caballero projects the warmth of Mimi’s heart as much as the cold of her hands. She caresses every note, right up to the character’s inevitable yet […]
The performer who stole the stage was Elizabeth Caballero as Liu. At the conclusion of her first aria of the night the audience spontaneously erupted in applause. Her command of her character and her voice was exceptional and hers was the loudest applause at the conclusion of the evening. Patrick Dixon, Austin Post 4/15/12 The […]