Lucia Cervoni

Mezzo-soprano

Canadian mezzo soprano Lucia Cervoni studied at the Manhattan School of Music‚ where she received numerous awards and scholarships‚ including the Hugh Ross Award and the Anna Case Mackay Grant from Santa Fe Opera. She was a member of Seattle Opera’s Young Artists Programme‚ where she performed roles such as Mrs Grose/ The Turn of the Screw and Carmen in Peter Brooks’ The Tragedy of Carmen‚ and won the Washington International Singing Competition in 2007. 

Recent and future engagements include Carmen (Kitchener Waterloo Symphony‚ Canada)‚ Amastris/Xerxes (Handel Festspiele‚ and Theater Magdeburg)‚ Fox/The Cunning Little Vixen‚ Octavian/Der Rosenkavalier and Sister Helen/Dead Man Walking (Welsh National Opera)‚ Suzuki/Madama Butterfly (Den Jyske Opera)‚ Boesmans’ Julie (Canadian Stage‚ Toronto)‚ Verdi’s Requiem (The Grange Festival); Amneris/Aida, Grimgerde/Die Walküre, Dorabella/Così fan tutte‚ Siebel/Faust‚ Third Lady/Die Zauberflote‚ Cherubino/Le nozze di Figaro‚ Ulrica/Un ballo in maschera‚ Mary/Der fliegende Hollander‚ Frau Reich/Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor‚ Suzuki/Madama Butterfly and Donna Isabella/Die Braut von Messina (Magdeburg).

Recordings include Donna Isabella/Die Braut von Messina (released May 2016).


Longborough debut: Penelope/The Return of Ulysses (2021)