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‘Cold Mountain’ at Opera Philadelphia

15 Jan 2016 / in News

Isabel Leonard returns to the role of Ada in Cold Mountain, which makes its east coast premiere this February at Opera Philadelphia. Her portrayal in the world premiere garnered wide critical acclaim last summer at Santa Fe Opera: “Isabel Leonard was a beautiful, believable Ada, the richness of her mezzo evoking Ada’s reserve and desire.” (The Wall […]

Solo recital at Tryon Fine Arts Center

28 Dec 2015 / in News

Isabel Leonard performs a solo recital at the Tryon Fine Arts Center on January 9. The event, a highlight of the Tryon Concert Association’s 61st continuous year of performances, is available as part of the season subscription series. Tickets and more information are available at the following link.

Ravel: L’Enfant et les Sortilèges album nominated for 2016 GRAMMY!

07 Dec 2015 / in News

The recent DECCA Classics release of Ravel’s L’Enfant et les Sortilèges, featuring Isabel Leonard as the Child, has been nominated for a 2016 GRAMMY for Best Opera Recording. The album, with esteemed contributors including conductor Seiji Ozawa and the Saito Kinen Orchestra, was received with  spectacular acclaim from critics: Isabel Leonard makes a believable Child . . . Her […]

NYC events in December and January

01 Dec 2015 / in News

Isabel Leonard sings at the 20th annual Prostate Cancer Foundation Dinner on December 2, hosted by Whoopi Goldberg and John O’Hurley at The Pierre Hotel. The event also features performances from John Fogerty, Nathan Gunn, and the singing group Forte from America’s Got Talent. Proceeds from this special event will directly support prostate cancer research. She […]

November Recitals in the US

05 Nov 2015 / in News

Isabel Leonard reunites with guitarist Sharon Isbin for several recitals this month, in acclaimed venues across the country. On November 12, the perform at Carnegie Hall in Zankel Hall, with a programme featuring works by several composers from her album Preludios, including Manuel de Falla, Enrique Granados, Francisco Tárrega, and Federico García Lorca. The evening […]