She was the 2005 “Maria Callas Debut Artist of the Year” award winner for her Dallas Opera debut in the role of the long-suffering Micaela in “Carmen.” That was half-a-dozen years after winning the 1998 Dallas Opera Guild Vocal Competition. And now, with about a day’s notice, Houston-born soprano Latonia Moore made her glorious Metropolitan Opera debut in the title role of “Aida” last Saturday – a performance broadcast around the world and one that will be talked about by opera aficionados for years to come.
Get the full report from Anthony Tommasini of “The New York Times” right here.
(Photo courtesy of Cory Weaver, the Metropolitan Opera)
Suzanne Calvin, Manager/Director Media & PR