“The star of the show” —Opera Today on Sarah Tucker’s appearance in Mozart’s The Magic Flute, Arizona Opera
Sarah Tucker is an alumna of the 2014 and 2015 Crested Butte Opera Studio. Sarah has become a leading soprano with the Arizona Opera Studio for the past two years, where she has received rave reviews for her appearances as Pamina and Papagena in Mozart’s The Magic Flute, Rosalba in Daniel Catán’s Florencia en al Amazonas (directed by Joshua Borths, CBOS ’13), Micaëla in Bizet’s Carmen, and Nettie Nettleton in the U.S. major opera house premiere of Emmerich Kálmán’s rarely performed Arizona Lady, all with the adventuresome Arizona Opera. Brava, Sarah!
I am proud to say the opportunities and environment provided me by CBMF directly contributed to my success as a singer and performer, and the friendships I made continue to support me as I move forward. – Sarah
“The Opera Studio at Crested Butte Music Festival is so much more than a program for young singers. It’s truly a magical place to experience the magic of making opera. My two summers at CBMF gave me the opportunity to work with some of the best people in the business as well as meet friends I’ll keep for life. The quality of the music staff is beyond comparision. The thoughtfulness put into the studio by its administrators goes above and beyond what’s offered at other programs, and the singers’ needs are met in a well-rounded, challenging and safe environment. If that weren’t enough, the dramatic backdrop of fairytale mountain landscapes make the weeks in Colorado feel like a dream. I am proud to say the opportunities and environment provided me by CBMF directly contributed to my success as a singer and performer, and the friendships I made continue to support me as I move forward.” – Sarah Tucker, CBOS ’14 and’15
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