Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Soprano, Nicole Ross in The Blind Women (by James Rolfe)

Opera McGill is collaborating with Tapestry Opera to present a live stream of modern Mini Operas by living Canadian composers on November 27th/28th at 7pm EST. Talent Trust recipient, Nicole Ross, is performing in The Blind Woman by James Rolfe. 

About Nicole:
21 year old Soprano, Nicole Ross has been praised for her “simple, unaffected acting and gorgeous vocal tone.” Originally from Nova Scotia, Nicole is a 4th year student at Schulich School of Music, where she studies under the tutelage of Joanne Kolomyjec. She has been recognized for performances at the Classical Singer Competition, where she placed third in the University Intermediate Category, and at the Federation of Canadian Music Festivals National Music Festival where she placed second in the Voice category. 

Nicole’s opera credits include Suzanne in Opera McGill’s Horizons Project Production of Schubert’s La Croisade des Dames, and Grace Davis in Opera McGill’s production of Kurt Weill’s Street Scene. She is looking forward to playing Flora in Britten’s The Turn of the Screw with Opera McGill and taking part in an Emerging Artist Residency at the Lunenburg Academy of Music Performance this spring. 

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