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Musicfest Northwest an adjudicated classical music program held in Spokane, Washington

Voice Adjudicator

Mary-Ann McCormick

Internationally acclaimed mezzo-soprano MaryAnn McCormick has performed at top theaters all over the world for more than 25 years. Such companies include La Scala as Isabella in L’italiana in Algeri; Rome Opera as the title role of Carmen; Turin Opera also as Carmen and Azucena in Il Trovatore; Lyric Opera of Chicago as Suzuki in Madama Butterfly; and with the Metropolitan Opera for more than 20 seasons. Her varied repertoire has included the great roles from Handel to premieres of new works such as Dr. Sun Yat- Sen by Huang Ruo for the Santa Fe Opera in 2014. The recipient of a 2012 Grammy award for her participation in Wagner’s Ring Cycle with the Metropolitan Opera, Ms. McCormick has performed many roles there in 116 performances and returns this season as Marcellina in Le Nozze di Figaro. Equally at home with concert repertoire, she has performed with many of the greatest orchestras including the New York Philharmonic, The Boston Symphony, The Philadelphia Orchestra, The Cleveland Orchestra, and Academy of St. Martin in the Fields. As a recitalist and chamber musician, Ms. McCormick’s notable venues include New York’s Morgan Library and Alice Tully Hall, Boston’s Jordan Hall, The Châtelet in Paris, and Tokyo’s Suntory Hall and Philadelphia’s Academy of Music accompanied by Wolfgang Sawallisch. She has recorded with the Emerson String Quartet; the New York Philharmonic under Kurt Masur; Orchestre National de France in the role of Tigrane in Puccini’s Edgar; and is featured singing in the Miramax film The Talented Mr. Ripley. In 2015, Ms. McCormick joined the voice faculty of New England Conservatory. She also serves as the vocal consultant/ voice teacher for the young artist program at Opera Theatre of Saint Louis. Ms. McCormick hold degrees from the Eastman School of Music; B.M and Performer’s Certificate in opera, and the New England Conservatory; M.M. and Artist Diploma. .
Musicfest Northwest an adjudicated classical music program held in Spokane, Washington

Voice Adjudicator

Mary-Ann McCormick

Internationally acclaimed mezzo-soprano MaryAnn McCormick has performed at top theaters all over the world for more than 25 years. Such companies include La Scala as Isabella in L’italiana in Algeri; Rome Opera as the title role of Carmen; Turin Opera also as Carmen and Azucena in Il Trovatore; Lyric Opera of Chicago as Suzuki in Madama Butterfly; and with the Metropolitan Opera for more than 20 seasons. Her varied repertoire has included the great roles from Handel to premieres of new works such as Dr. Sun Yat-Sen by Huang Ruo for the Santa Fe Opera in 2014. The recipient of a 2012 Grammy award for her participation in Wagner’s Ring Cycle with the Metropolitan Opera, Ms. McCormick has performed many roles there in 116 performances and returns this season as Marcellina in Le Nozze di Figaro. Equally at home with concert repertoire, she has performed with many of the greatest orchestras including the New York Philharmonic, The Boston Symphony, The Philadelphia Orchestra, The Cleveland Orchestra, and Academy of St. Martin in the Fields. As a recitalist and chamber musician, Ms. McCormick’s notable venues include New York’s Morgan Library and Alice Tully Hall, Boston’s Jordan Hall, The Châtelet in Paris, and Tokyo’s Suntory Hall and Philadelphia’s Academy of Music accompanied by Wolfgang Sawallisch. She has recorded with the Emerson String Quartet; the New York Philharmonic under Kurt Masur; Orchestre National de France in the role of Tigrane in Puccini’s Edgar; and is featured singing in the Miramax film The Talented Mr. Ripley. In 2015, Ms. McCormick joined the voice faculty of New England Conservatory. She also serves as the vocal consultant/ voice teacher for the young artist program at Opera Theatre of Saint Louis. Ms. McCormick hold degrees from the Eastman School of Music; B.M and Performer’s Certificate in opera, and the New England Conservatory; M.M. and Artist Diploma. .