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Adriana Zabala


Adriana Zabala has been praised by The Wall Street Journal as showing “tremendous stamina and boy-like flair,” The New York Times as “a vivid, fearless presence,” and the L.A. Times as “extraordinary.” Ms. Zabala enjoys a vibrant and unique career that includes opera, song repertoire, new works, concert and oratorio. Within the last few seasons, Ms. Zabala has been seen with Seattle Opera, Florentine Opera, Minnesota Opera, Wolf Trap Opera, Arizona Opera, Opera Saratoga, Minnesota Orchestra, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, the Jacksonville Symphony, the Virginia Symphony, the Madison Symphony, the New York Festival of Song, Berkshire Opera Festival, Madison Opera, the Charlotte Symphony, the Colorado Symphony, the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, and at the Caramoor International Music Festival among others.

Recent seasons have included appearances as Cherubino in Le nozze di Figaro with Opera Colorado and Minnesota Opera, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony with the Handel & Haydn Society, Manja in the world premiere of Steal a Pencil for Me with Opera Colorado, Paula in Florencia en el Amazonas with both San Diego Opera and Madison Opera, and Lucy in Fellow Travelers  with Minnesota Opera. Engagements for the 2019-2020 season include Miss Jessel in The Turn of the Screw with On Site Opera, Beethoven’s Mass with the Phoenix Symphony, Mary Johnson in Fellow Travelers with Madison Opera, and Abilene’s Mother in Edward Tulane with Minnesota Opera.


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"It’s not hard to see how he won over Mary, played by the marvelous Adriana Zabala. (Zabala’s Act II aria, “I worry, that’s all,” is another distinct pleasure.) ...baritone Sidney Outlaw shine as a wisecracking secretary and a political puppeteer."

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"As his ghostly counterpart, soprano Adriana Zabala as Miss Jessell — who has taken her own life — was chilling in her traumatized, post-mortem neediness and warped affection toward Flora. When Armstrong and Zabala converge on the line that librettist Myfanwy Piper inc...


"involving and unfailingly well-executed production full of vivid characterizations and outstanding singing…As their lone mutual confidante, Adriana Zabala deftly segues from compassionate support to explosive urgency."

-Rob Hubbard for the St. Paul Pioneer Press,

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"Director Kristine McIntyre (“Tales of Hoffmann,” 2016) gives her performers free range on a sloping set borrowed from Arizona Opera. . . Rachel Sterrenberg and Mackenzie Whitney, as a tightly wound young writer and a restless would-be pilot respectively, inch toward e...


"But the most magical element of all in Daniel Catán’s magical-realism opera is the singing.Soprano Elaine Alvarez is stunning in her role debut as Florencia, a world-famous but heartbroken opera singer returning to the wilds of her native Brazil to find her lost love....

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