Stephanie Blythe Berkeley Tickets

Regarded as one of the most respected opera singers of her generation, Stephanie Blythe is coming to treat music fans with a collection of her famous tunes. The event is scheduled to take place at Zellerbach Auditorium in Berkeley, this October. Stephanie Blythe Berkley tickets are selling fast as people flock in large numbers to ensure their entry to the event. The Mezzo Soprano artist made her debut by performing as the Voice in Wagner’s ‘Parsifal’ at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City. Shortly afterwards the Voice was utilized in Verdi’s ‘Falstaff’ for the role of Mistress Quickly. Stephanie has sung the part for many opera productions. Its success landed her a string of singing projects.

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She subsequently sang for characters such as the Mother in Engelbert Humperdinck’s ‘Hansel and Gretel’, Ludmilla in Smetana’s  ‘The Bartered Bride’, Mamma Lucia in Mascagni’s ‘Cavalleria Rusticiana’ and Baba the Turk in Igor Stravinsky’s ‘The Rake’s Progress’. In 1998, Blythe made her Lincoln Center debut where she performed alongside the renowned pianist, Warren Jones. The next year she was honored with the prestigious Richard Tucker Music Foundation Award. The singer has premiered various song cycles, which were composed specially for her. Among these are ‘Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson’ by James Legg and ‘Covered Wagon Woman’ by Alan Smith.

Stephanie’s expressive voice has led many operatic debuts across Europe and the US. She has performed diverse roles ranging from Juno in G.F Handel’s ‘Semele’ to Fricka in ‘Walkure and Carmen’. So get your cheap Stephanie Blythe Berkeley tickets and enjoy the various music contributions of the versatile performer.