Hailey Clark

Hailey Clark


Vocalists — Soprano

"Clark imbued Fiordiligi with real emotions rather than the caricature of a prima donna. Most importantly she can rise to the role’s vocal challenges. She brought energy, fervor and dramatic passion to Fiordiligi’s “Come scoglio” and “Per pietà, ben mio.” Her strong low tones, fine projection and ease in coloratura passages propelled the ensembles as well as solo showpieces. Clark is a very promising soprano." —Lawrence Budmen, South Florida Classical Review, January 27, 2015 - Fiordiligi in 'Cosi fan tutte' at Florida Grand Opera

"In lovely feminine contrast was the bejeweled priestess Leïla, sung by soprano Hailey Clark. Clark’s voice is focused and delightfully flexible. She closed Act I with a magnificent cadenza at the end of “O Dieu Brahma.” —The Column (Dallas), April 19, 2014 - Leïla in 'Les pêcheurs des perles' at Fort Worth Opera

"Soprano Hailey Clark, as Leïla, possesses a fluid, flexible voice; suitable for a role that looks fondly back at the florid bel canto era of the early 19th century." —Wayne Lee Gay, D Magazine, April 20, 2014 - Leïla in 'Les pêcheurs des perles' at Fort Worth Opera

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Rising American lyric soprano Hailey Clark returns to the Salzburger Landestheater in the 2016- 2017 season as Musetta in a new production of La Bohème conducted by Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla.

She continues a season of international appearances with a return to the North Carolina Opera as Freia in Das Rheingold and the Florida Grand Opera as Micaela in Carmen. Ms. Clark makes her German debut as Fiordiligi in Così fan tutte at the Stuttgart Opera and returns to the US for performances of the same role at Central City Opera.

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