• Knoxville of 1915 by Barber
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  • Karin Wolverton
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07.30.2019

"The production’s “poor, pale Rusalka” was soprano Emily Birsan in a captivating role debut. The famous “Song to the Moon” revealed the soprano’s lovely lyric instrument and aptitude for intelligent phrasing straightaway; but it was in her anguished narrative “Ó marno,...

07.23.2019

"Soprano Karin Wolverton dazzled in Minnesota Opera’s “Silent Night” and shines as Fiordiligi. . . Baritone Sidney Outlaw and tenor Javier Abreu ham it up as Guglielmo and Ferrando. They’re never evil, just young and kind of dumb, led around and misled by Don Alfonso....

05.08.2019

"But the stage belonged to the women. Emily Birsan. . . as Rusalka was a study in subtle shadings of her expressive soprano voice . . . She is a powerful singer and convincing actress who was engaging to watch and to hear. . . The villainous Foreign Princess portrayed...

03.11.2019

"As Tatiana, soprano Karin Wolverton sang with a lustrous, meaty voice. Her dynamics were wide ranging and her phrasing had a pleasant linear flow. Although her Act I Letter Scene was intense and boiled with frenetic emotion, at the opera's finale, she was cool and in...

02.18.2019

"Wolverton, a Minnesota native who originated the role in 2011, was impressive as the dignified and fiercely protective Anna. Her warm tone and precision was just right in the a capella "Dona nobis pacem" that ends Act I. . .  The most striking vocal performance came f...

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