Felicia Moore

SOPRANO

"THE MOTHER OF US ALL"
Virgil Thomson & Gertrude Stein
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""ES GIBT EIN REICH""
Ariadne auf Naxos
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""WIE NAHTE MIR DER SCHLUMMER… LEIS..."
Der Freischütz
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Felicia Moore

(she/her/hers) Noted by The Wall Street Journal for her “opulent, Wagner-scaled soprano” and acclaimed by The New York Times as the “lustrous, commanding soprano,” Felicia Moore is recognized by Opera News as “a genuine jugendliche dramatische soprano of exciting potential (and present accomplishment).”

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Mozart Requiem (COVID-Canceled) , 2021
Colorado Symphony
Mahler 2nd Symphony (COVID-Canceled) , 2021
New York Philharmonic
The Mother of Us All , 2020
Lakes Area Music Festival
Senta (COVID-Canceled) , 2020
San Diego Symphony
Beethoven 9th (COVID-Canceled), 2020
Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra
Beethoven 9th (COVID-Canceled), 2020
Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
Ah, perfido! Op. 65 (COVID-Canceled), 2020
Opera Maine
Senta (COVID-Canceled) , 2020
Arizona Opera
Ariadne (COVID-Canceled) , 2020
Heartbeat Opera
Lady M (fantasia on Verdi's Macbeth), 2020
MetLiveArts
Susan B. Anthony , 2020
The Metropolitan Opera
First Lady (Cover), 2019-20
Las Vegas Philharmonic
Beethoven 9th , 2019
Operalia
Birgit Nilsson Prize Winner, 2019
Palm Beach Opera
Donna Elvira, 2019
First Place Winner , 2018
Festival d'Aix en Provence
Mozart Académie , 2018
Merola Opera Program
Der Freischütz (scenes) , 2017
Opera Columbus
Mrs. Grose, 2017
The Juilliard School
Artist Diploma in Opera Studies, 2016-2018
Portland Opera
First Lady , 2016
Des Moines Metro Opera
Apprentice Artist (Alice Ford Cover) , 2016
Opera Theatre of Saint Louis
Gerdine Young Artist (Madame Lidoine & Emmeline cover), 2014 & 2015
Carnegie Hall
Ethel Smyth's "Mass in D" , 2013
The New School
Master's Degree, 2011-2013
Westminster Choir College
Bachelor's Degree, 2006-2010
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"AH, PERFIDO! OP. 65"
Beethoven
""IN QUALI ECCESSI...MI TRADÌ" "
Don Giovanni
Felicia Moore
is represented by
Bill Palant
Étude Arts

Schedule

Nabucco
Anna

The Metropolitan Opera, 2021


Mahler's Symphony ...
Soloist

National Arts Centre Orchestra, 2021

Mozart Requiem
Soloist

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, 2021


Wagner’s Immolatio...
Brünnhilde

Danish National Symphony Orchestra, 2020

The Mother of Us A...
Susan B. Anthony

Metropolitan Museum of Art / New York Philharmonic, 2020

Ariadne auf Naxos
Ariadne

Arizona Opera, 2020

Biography

Moore is a powerful and innovative artist having made music in partnership with Alan Gilbert, Anne Manson, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Speranza Scappucci, Alexander Shelley, Evan Rogister, Gary Thor Wedow, and Brian Zeger among others.

Felicia Moore makes her Metropolitan Opera debut as Anna in Nabucco in the 2020-21 season and has been engaged by Opera Maine to make a role debut as Senta in Der fliegende Holländer. She was engaged for symphonic performances in the season with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Colorado Symphony, Danish National Symphony Orchestra, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, and Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra among others.

Highlights of last season include the role of Susan B. Anthony in The Mother of Us All at the Metropolitan Museum of Art as a part of Project 19, the New York Philharmonic’s multi-season initiative marking the centennial of the 19th Amendment, which guarantees women the right to vote in the United States, the title role of Lady M in an online fantasia of Verdi’s Macbeth with Heartbeat Opera, and her first appearance on the roster of the Metropolitan Opera covering First Lady in The Magic Flute. Symphonic performances included Verdi Requiem with the National Arts Centre Orchestra and an Opera Gala with the Bergen Philharmonic. She was engaged for performances in the title role of Ariadne auf Naxos with Arizona Opera and for Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony with the San Diego Symphony.
"The lustrous, commanding soprano Felicia Moore, sings Susan B. Anthony, not wrongly, like the heiress to Wagner’s Isolde and Strauss’s Ariadne. Ms. Moore scales down her gleaming voice for the work’s many intimate passages, but this is still an enactment of Susan B. as mythical goddess.”
— New York Times

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