I often feel I was born in the wrong era but then I realize how much I would miss running water, antibiotics, & my cell phone. So I pretend on the opera stage.
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 of Miami Frost School of Music. During the recital she will be presented with the 2013 Distinguished Alumni Award. Rounding off the month of October she will travel to Milwaukee to perform the title role in La traviata with Florentine Opera. This will be her second time performing with the company, the first being in the role of Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni. In November, Elizabeth will make a much anticipated role, company, and country debut as she will travel to Brazil to perform the role of Anne Trulove in Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress with the Brazilian Symphony Orchestra. Spring will bring Elizabeth to Hawaii Opera Theater to make her company debut in a double bill of one of her signature roles, Nedda in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci and the scenic cantata, Carmina Burana by Carl Orff.
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 it’s one that can be used with a range of nuances.’ If you live in the Madison area, tune in on WPR 88.7 FM to listen. To listen online, simply click here – stream online
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 Stranger, ‘Elizabeth Caballero has literally one of the finest voices I’ve ever heard…’. The production, directed by Tomer Zvulun, also received favorable reviews as well as the rest of the cast. The performances were conducted by Maestro Carlo Montanaro. This La bohème also bears more significance in that it is part of long time General Director Speight Jenkins final season with Seattle Opera. Elizabeth will be returning to Seattle Opera in the near future. For updates, check this page or follow her on Twitter or Facebook for further updates.