Erin Morley

Erin Morley


Vocalists — Soprano

In the Metropolitan Opera Summer Recital Series: "Ms. Morley’s deliciously comical and vocally unassailable performance of Offenbach’s windup-doll aria was one of the highlights in a program that ranged from Mozart to Bernstein." —Corinna de Fonseca-Wollheim, The New York Times, July 17, 2013

As Constance in "Dialogues des Carmélites" at the Metropolitan Opera: "Erin Morley was an ideal Soeur Constance, not just because of the dewiness of her leggiero soprano but because of the alertness of her musical response. The decisive attack that Morley brought to Constance's many upward leaps suggested the quickened heartbeat of extreme youth." —Fred Cohn, Opera News, July 2013

As Marguerite de Valois in "Les Huguenots" at Bard Summerscape: “Queen Marguerite — a role sung by Joan Sutherland on a landmark 1969 recording, conducted by Richard Bonynge — was sung here by Erin Morley, a coloratura soprano who combined earthy sound and agile technique in a formidable performance.” —Anthony Tommasini, The New York Times, August 3, 2009

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Erin Morley is one of today's most sought after coloratura sopranos. She has stepped into the international spotlight in recent years with a string of critically acclaimed appearances in the great opera houses of the world.

Ms. Morley has brought what the New York Times called the “silken clarity of her voice and the needlepoint precision” of her coloratura to the Metropolitan Opera, the Vienna Staatsoper, Munich’s Bayerische Staatsoper, the Opéra National de Paris, the Palau de les Arts in Valencia, Spain, and the Santa Fe Opera. Renowned . . .

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