Michelle Bradley

Michelle Bradley


Vocalists — Soprano

"Soprano Michelle Bradley won the George London-Leonie Rysanek Award, one of the top five, and she was easily the star of the day. With her gorgeous voice, rich, rounded, and violet colored, she sang Verdi’s “D’amor sull ali rosee” from Il Trovatore, and it was tremendous. Beyond the sheer beauty of her voice and her technical command, Bradley had clearly thought deeply about the music. The shape of her phrases distilled not only the character but the drama of the opera down to a musical essence." —George Grella, New York Classical Review, February 18, 2017

About

MICHELLE BRADLEY, a native of Houston, Texas, is in her second year of the Lindemann Young Artist Development Program. Roles she has performed include Mozart’s Fiordilligi and Donna Anna, Strauss’ Marschallin, and Verdi’s Alice Ford.

In the Metropolitan Opera’s 2016-2017 season, Ms. Bradley made debuts in Mozart’s Idomeneo and as the High Priestess in Verdi’s Aida. Other engagements include recitals at the Théâtre du Châtelet and at New York’s Park Avenue Amory and a return to Santa Cruz for Verdi’s Messa da Requiem. Future engagements . . .

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