Every Voice Belongs: A Benefit

Join us on on Sunday, May 12th for our annual House Concert

to benefit Berkshire Children’s Chorus

Get your tickets here.

Or contribute to our $15,000 fundraising campaign here.

More about mezzo soprano Adriana Zabala

Having performed more than 55 roles with companies nationally (Seattle, Minnesota, San Diego Operas, etc.) and abroad, mezzo soprano Adriana Zabala has also created roles in 7 American operas and dramatic works, including the title roles in Sister Carrie and The Trial of Susan B. Anthony, and the role of Sister James in Doubt, recently broadcast on PBS’ Great Performances.

She has been a guest soloist with orchestras including the Minnesota Orchestra, the Orchestra of St. Luke’s, the New Jersey Symphony, the Jerusalem Symphony, and The Handel and Hayden Society, and has appeared in recital at the Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall, Wolf Trap, the Source Song Festival, and the New York Festival of Song.

She is featured on several recordings including the premieres of Viardot’s Le Dernier Sorcier and in  the title role of Aldridge’s Sister Carrie, and is an alumna of Louisiana State University, the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, and young artist programs at the Santa Fe, Seattle, and Wolf Trap Operas. Ms. Zabala was recently named a Distinguished Vocal Artist of the American Prize, 2021.

Recent engagements include the title role of Nadia Boulanger in the chamber music play Nadia, a reprisal of the role of Paula in the Spanish premiere of Florencia en el Amazonas with Opera Tenerife, her role debut of Madeline in Three Decembers with Berkshire Opera, and two world premiere recordings, Song Cycles of Dominick Argento, and Steal a Pencil for Me with Opera Colorado.

Zabala is a frequent national adjudicator and is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, The National Opera Association, and Opera America. She was Fulbright Scholar at the Mozarteum and is an associate professor of voice at Yale University.