Alexandra Loutsion

Alexandra Loutsion

Vocalists — Soprano

“On Sunday, the Washington Concert Opera offered something of a soprano showdown in the form of Donizetti’s “Maria Stuarda.” In fact, it was a veritable Three Ages of Sopranohood…And hovering just outside the ropes was Alexandra Loutsion as the lady-in-waiting Anna, singing a little bitty role with a big, healthy-sounding voice.” —Anne Midgette, Washington Post, April 8, 2013 - Anna in 'Maria Stuarda' at Washington Concert Opera

"Alexandra Loutsion (Armida) thrived on the demands her role makes in dramatic demeanor and vocal nuance." —Pittsburgh Tribune - Armida in 'Rinaldo' at Pittsburgh Opera

"The depth of talent in the cast was astonishing. Alexandra Loutsion is a dramatic coloratura to watch: Her portrayal of Isabella demonstrated this soprano's voice has the stamina, beauty and size for a main stage career." —Culture Spot LA - Isabella in 'Das Liebesverbot' at USC


Hailed as "powerful and projecting" (Pittsburgh Post Gazette) as well as a “promising young soprano,” (Los Angeles Times) Alexandra Loutsion continues to be recognized for her passionate performances and vocal versatility as a rising star on the operatic and concert stage.

Alexandra Loutsion recently returned to Santa Fe Opera as an apprentice artist in the summer of 2014 covering the role of Leonore in Fidelio in a new Stephen Wadsworth production and conducted by Harry Bicket. This season, she will be heard with the Santa Fe Symphony in Verdi’s Messa da requiem and . . .

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