Marlen Nahhas

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"EMBROIDERY ARIA "
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"PORGI AMOR"
Le nozze di Figaro
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Marlen Nahhas

(She/Her/Hers) Marlen recently completed the Cafritz Young Artists program with Washington National Opera. Highlights there included The Magic Flute (Pamina), La traviata (Violetta), The Consul (Foreign Woman), and the world premiere of Sankaram’s Taking Up Serpents (Queer Kid). Next season she will debut with Virginia Opera in La bohème (Musetta). Recent orchestral debuts include the National Symphony Orchestra conducted by NSO music director Maestro Gianandrea Noseda and Kansas City Symphony for excerpts from Le nozze di Figaro (Susanna).

Michigan Opera Theatre
Cristina Kahlo- Frida, 2022
Opera Ithaca
Gretel- Hansel & Gretel , 2021
Virginia Opera
Musetta- La boheme , 2021
The Santa Fe Opera
Apprentice Artist , 2021
Opera Naples
Musetta- La Boheme, 2019
Washington National Opera
Cafritz Young Artist, 2018-Present
Merola Opera Program
Young Artist, 2018
Lyric Opera of Kansas City
Resident Artist, 2017-2018
Central City Opera
Apprentice Artist, 20,162,017
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Schedule

A Streetcar Named ...
Blanche DuBois

Arizona Opera , 2021


La Boheme
Mimi

Washington National Opera , 2021

La boheme
Musetta

Virginia Opera, November 2021


The Magic Flute
Pamina

Washington National Opera, 2019

La Boheme
Musetta

Opera Naples, 2019

La Boheme
Musetta

Fingerlakes Opera, 2019

La Traviata
Violetta

Washington National Opera, 2018

Biography

Mexican-Lebanese soprano Marlen Nahhas is currently a Cafritz Young Artist with Washington National Opera. Praised for her “impassioned soprano” (San Francisco Chronicle), upcoming engagements include singing Mimì in La bohème at Washington National Opera. Highlights of her time as a Cafritz Young Artist include Pamina in The Magic Flute, Violetta in La traviata (under the direction of Francesca Zambello), Flamingo in Jeanine Tesori’s The Lion, The Unicorn and Me, Queer Kid in the world premiere of Kamala Sankaram’s Taking Up Serpents, a Concert of Comedic Masterpieces under the baton of Maestro Joseph Colaneri, and Foreign Woman in The Consul.
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