Bridget Cappel

MEZZO-SOPRANO

"AH TANYA, TANYA"
Eugene Onegin
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"UNA VOCE POCO FA"
Il barbiere di Siviglia
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Bridget Cappel

(She/Her/Hers) American mezzo-soprano, Bridget Cappel, has been praised for her “beauty of tone and honesty of feeling” with “a real mezzo-soprano voice that is very flexible.”

Opera NEO
Young Artist, 2020
Des Moines Metro Opera
Apprentice Artist, 2019
Kentucky Opera
Sandford Studio Artist, 2019
Charlottesville Opera
Apprentice Artist, 2018
Fort Worth Opera
Hattie Mae Lesley Apprentice Artist, 2017-2019
Master of Music, 2017
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"AM I IN YOUR LIGHT?"
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Schedule

Zorro (World Premi...
Toypurina

Fort Worth Opera, 2020

Faust
Siebel

Opera NEO, 2020

Carmen
Mercedes (Carmen Cover)

Kentucky Opera, 2019

Biography

American mezzo-soprano, Bridget Cappel, has been praised for her “beauty of tone and honesty of feeling” with “a real mezzo-soprano voice that is very flexible.” She is a student of the acclaimed international baritone, Michael Chioldi. This year, Bridget was cast to perform the roles of Toypurina in Fort Worth Opera’s world premiere “Noches de Ópera” production of Zorro by Héctor Armienta and Siébel in Opera NEO’s summer festival production of Faust.

Bridget was recently named a winner in Mississippi Opera’s John Alexander National Vocal Competition and in the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions at the district level in Tulsa, Oklahoma. In the 2019/2020 season with Kentucky Opera, Bridget made her company debut as Mercédès in Bizet’s Carmen, in addition to covering the title role as a Sandford Studio Artist. As an apprentice artist at Des Moines Metro Opera, Bridget covered Paquette (Candide) and sang in apprentice scenes as Rosina (Il barbiere di Siviglia), Mercédès (Carmen), and Zweite Dame (Die Zauberflöte). With the TCU opera studio, Bridget performed the title role in La Tragedie de Carmen, as well as Meg Page in Verdi’s Falstaff.

Bridget performed the roles of Hermia (A Midsummer Night’s Dream) and Toledo in the world premier of The Falling and the Rising in collaboration with the United States Army Field Band Soldiers’ Chorus by award winning music theater composer, Zach Redler. She also covered Maria (Maria de Buenos Aires), and sang the role of Hansel (Hansel and Gretel) as a Hattie Mae Lesley Apprentice Artist with Fort Worth Opera.

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