Alexandra Loutsion

Alexandra Loutsion


Vocalists — Soprano

"Loutsion...has a lot to offer, starting with a rounded, rich voice and continuing with a sense of the character that blossomed in Act 2...Loutsion is a singer to watch." —Anne Midgette, Washington Post, August 9, 2015 - Title role in 'Madama Butterfly' at Wolf Trap Opera

“Soprano Alexandra Loutsion is a former Santa Fe Opera apprentice who stood in readiness as the standby for the title roles in that company’s recent productions of Tosca and Fidelio, although the occasion did not arise for her to fill in for either. Her voice, which possessed spinto heft, boasted buttery richness in its high range and projected warmly in its low register even through Verdi’s plush orchestration. The Verdi opera whose music most resembles the Requiem is Aida, and one could easily imagine Loutsion sinking her claws into the demanding lead of that work.” —James M. Keller, Santa Fe New Mexican, May 22, 2015 - Verdi Requiem with the Santa Fe Symphony

"Alexandra Loutsion’s powerful soprano fills the auditorium with Donna Anna’s revengeful anger at Don Giovanni’s attempted seduction and his murder of her father." —Roy C. Dicks, The News & Observer, April 20, 2015 - Donna Anna in 'Don Giovanni' at North Carolina Opera

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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.

In the 2015-2016 season, Alexandra Loutsion will make her Arizona Opera debut as Florencia Grimaldi in Florencia en el Amazonas and will return to Central City Opera for the title role in Tosca. She was recently heard with the Santa Fe Symphony in Verdi’s Messa da requiem and made Wolf Trap Opera . . .

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