Adriana Zabala


Mezzo-soprano Adriana Zabala has recently been seen on the stages of the Seattle Opera, Minnesota Opera, and the Wolf Trap Opera Company in roles such as Rosina, Cherubino, Annina, Hermia, Amastre, Angelina, and Kate Pinkerton. Ms. Zabala is an avid and frequent recitalist, and after performing two recitals with Steven Blier at Wolf Trap, she recently joined him again in a fundraiser for the New York Festival of Song in December 2002. She has been heard with the Minnesota Orchestra, The Jacksonville Symphony, and the Minnesota Philarmonic, among others. Ms. Zabala earned her Bachelor of Music degree from Louisiana State University, and her Master of Music degree from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. She began her studies of the Italienisches Liederbuch while at the Mozarteum in Salzburg under a Fulbright Study grant. She studied with Hartmut Höll, a long-time collaborator of Dietrich Fisher-Dieskau, and a specialist in the Lieder of Hugo Wolf. She has since given concerts of the Liederbuch at the Cincinnati-College Conservatory of Music, in Santa Fe, NM, and earlier this year with the Southeastern Festival of Song.
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