Opening Night Review:  As Linfea in La Calisto


"In this secondary role, soprano Taylor Kirk was not just an effective actress but the vocal standout of the night, with an uncommonly well-supported and clear tone capable of many colors."


- David Wright for The New York Classical Review


12, 19, 26 August 2017
dell'Arte Opera Ensemble - New York City
La Calisto - F. Cavalli

LINFEA
Brittany Goodwin - Stage Director | Charles Weaver - Conductor​

 

18, 22 August 2017

dell'Arte Opera Ensemble - New York City

Untamed! Opera Scenes

Carmen, ​Card Trio - G. Bizet

FRASQUITA

Eldred Marshall, Conductor and Music Director


26 August 2017

dell'Arte Opera Ensemble - New York City

​Wild Things (recital)

Schenk mir deinen goldenen Kamm - Arnold Schoenberg

The Crucifixion - Samuel Barber


28 May 2017

The Elaine Malbin Soprano Competition

New York City

 

5 May 2017

The Career Bridges Grant Competition 

FINALS

New York City


26 February 2017

Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg International Voice Competition FINALS

Berlin, Germany

 

 

 

“Taylor is beautiful, charming, with an amazing voice and flawless technique.” 

- Sony Classical, New York


Taylor Kirk, soprano, is a graduate of the Purchase College Conservatory of Music, and currently studies with Neil Semer. She will be performing the role of Linfea, in La Calisto with dell’Arte Opera Ensemble this summer. She was a finalist in both the Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg International Voice Competition, and the Mario Lanza and Elaine Malbin competition. She made her dell’Arte Opera debut in Chansons de Baudelaire, as Poussette in Manon and Bianca in La Rondine. She made her Art Song Preservation Society debut in their “Spring Into Song” programs, with both Thomas Grubb and Frank Daykin. She has performed the roles of Micaëla in Carmen and Erste Dame in Die Zauberflöte with the Purchase Opera Conservatory. She performed solo concerts with the Westchester Korean Choral Society and the National Repertory Orchestra. She appears on Purchase Opera’s recording of Lee Hoiby’s The Tempest, and participated in the world premiere of Paul Lustig Dunkel’s Casey at the Bat. She was Frontier Airlines’ New Artist of the West, upon the release of her debut album, Simple Gifts. She was a special guest artist performing “Somewhere” with Steph Carse on PBS, and was also signed to Sony Classical. 

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