Internationally renowned Metropolitan Opera star Victoria Livengood is a GRAMMY-winning mezzo-soprano that has been hailed by audiences and critics worldwide for her multifaceted and powerhouse performances in a remarkably varied repertoire. Ms. Livengood has been acclaimed by the New York Times as "naturally seductive and vocally alluring." Opera News raved that "her singing and acting radiate intensity," the Italian press proclaimed that "the power of her voice could straighten the Tower of Pisa," the Boston Phoenix Magazine compared her acting to Joan Crawford and her singing to Maria Callas and the Buenos Aires Herald named her "one of the leading singer-actresses of her generation."
Ms. Livengood’s busy 2022-2023 season includes Marthe in Faust at Detroit Opera and bringing her celebrated Marcellina to Opera Omaha’s Le nozze di Figaro. Recent seasons have included a return the Lyric Opera of Kansas City for dual roles as the Mother and the Witch in Hansel and Gretel, reprising her role as Eunice in A Streetcar Named Desire for Hawaii Opera Theater, a return to the Seattle Opera for a role debut as Kabanicha in Katya Kabanova, a company and role debut with Opera Omaha in Jonathan Dove’s Flight,