Soprano Joanna Latini, a New Jersey native, is quickly making a name for herself for her informed and passionate performances. Opera News hailed Ms. Latini “a generous performer [with] winning personality and a sound both luscious and supple, exuding charm[.]” Her professional experience ranges from Baroque opera to contemporary new works and musical theatre. In 2018, she was named a National Semi-Finalist in the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions.


For Ms. Latini, the 2019-2020 season brings numerous company and role debuts, beginning with her Canadian debut as Musetta in La bohème with Calgary Opera. She returns to the concert stage in her debut with Ars Lyrica Houston for their “Handel in Love” program, and then reprises the role of Rosina in The Ghosts of Versailles for her European debut at the Chateau de Versailles Spectacles in France. In the spring, Ms. Latini adds two bel canto heroines to her repertoire as Adina in L’elisir d’amore with Permian Basin Opera and Gilda in Rigoletto with Resonance Works Pittsburgh. In the summer of 2020, she makes her role and company debut with the Berkshire Opera Festival as Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni.

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"Marcello’s love interest was Joanna Latini, the production’s Musetta. With a voice as strong as Mimi’s, but perhaps with a more innate dramatic quality, she delivered all the was needed in the famous Waltz Song in the Cafe Momus act, her infuriating actions (at least...


"While this comic opera in two acts provided plenty of laughs, Corigliano’s score was sensational: Its color, intensity and clarity without sacrificing volume; how it slithered, thundered, or wailed for effect; or how effortlessly it moved from 18th-century style to Ha...


"Joanna Latini, a generous performer, brought to the title role winning personality and a sound both luscious and supple, exuding charm even while killing rabbits. [Martin] and Latini looked splendid together, and their flirtation and courtship were musical highpoints....


"Music director Joseph Colaneri led a sumptuous performance featuring an expanded orchestra. Long passages of the opera carry on with no singing and the instrumental writing mostly consists of cells of repeated, churning activity rather than the kind of sweeping melodi...


“On the July 18 opening night, there were several standout performances in an overall excellent cast. In the role of Gretel, soprano Joanna Latini was a superstar with her crystal clear diction and her ringing bell-like soprano. It was a lovely experience to hear her s...

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