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Latonia Moore

Latonia Moore

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Latonia Moore
Latonia Moore
Latonia Moore

When Latonia Moore sang the title role of Aida at the Metropolitan Opera, The New York Times wrote: “… her voice was radiant, plush and sizeable at its best, with gleaming top
notes that broke through the chorus and orchestra during the crowd scenes.” Considered one of the greatest sopranos in the world today, Latonia Moore opened the 2023- 2024 season of the Metropolitan Opera as Sister Rose with Dead Man Walking (new production). During the 2023-2024 season she’ll sing Mefistofele at Teatro Lirico di Cagliari, she’ll reprise Billie in Fire Shut Up in My Bones at MET, and she’ll sing Verdi Requiem with BBC.

She also opened the 2021-2022 season of the Metropolitan Opera as Billie, in the New York
premiere of Terence Blanchard’s Fire Shut Up in My Bones; a role she reprised for her debut at Lyric Opera of Chicago.

Ms. Moore has received global acclaim for her interpretation of the title role in Aida; houses where she has sung the role include the Metropolitan Opera, Royal Opera Covent Garden, Opernhaus Zürich, Opera Australia, Teatro Colón, English National Opera, New National Theatre Tokyo, Dubai Opera, Dallas Opera, San Diego Opera,

Pittsburgh Opera, Detroit Opera, Polish National Opera, and at the Ravinia Festival with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra under James Conlon.

Additional operatic highlights include appearances as Cio Cio San in Madama Butterfly at the Metropolitan Opera, Liù in Turandot at Royal Opera Covent Garden, the title role in Tosca and Elisabeth in Don Carlo with Opera Australia, Tosca with Washington National
Opera, Cio Cio San and Mimi in La bohème with Semperoper Dresden, Cio Cio San at the Hamburg State Opera, Micaëla in Carmen, Liù, Elvira in Ernani, and Lucrezia in I due Foscari in Bilbao, Desdemona in Otello at Bergen National Opera, Serena in Porgy and Bess at both English National Opera and De Nationale Opera Amsterdam, and an appearance on the 50th Anniversary Gala of the Metropolitan Opera.

Orchestral highlights include the role of Lady Macbeth in a recording of Macbeth with Edward Gardner for Chandos, Mahler’s Symphony No 2 with the Vienna Philharmonic and Gilbert Kaplan for Deutsche Grammpohon, Vivetta in L’Arlesiana and Fidelia in Edgar with the Opera Orchestra of New York at Carnegie Hall, and Bess in Porgy and Bess with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sir Simon Rattle.

General Management

Gianluca Macheda
ul. Grzybowska 43a, lok. 72 00-855
Warsaw Poland
gmacheda@gmartandmusic.com

Logistics

Stefania Ramacciotti
Via Romana 578/B 55100 Lucca Italy
+39 3479762848
sramacciotti@gmartandmusic.com

Public Relations

Mindi Rayner
1655 Flatbush Avenue Suite B 409 Brooklyn, New York 11210
+1 718 377 4720
mindirayner@cs.com
mindirayner.com

Reviews

“As Serena, Latonia Moore arguably stole the show with her “My Man’s Gone Now.”

“Latonia Moore’s lovely soprano continually soared into heavenly, sweetly rounded sounds as Mimí. Happily, Moore did not overdo the coughing, signaling that she’s dying of consumption (Anna Moffo had the Met audience coughing along with her when she sang this role). The camera close-ups of Moore revealed a sensitive artist giving her very best.”
David Salazar

“Latonia Moore stood out, even in this excellent company, as Serena, the devout wife of Robbins,who mourns her husband after he is killed in a fight with the reckless Crown (“My Man’s GoneNow”). For this listener—if forced to choose from such a wealth of musical pleasure—Serena’s aria and the duets between Porgy and Bess were the musical high points of the evening.”
Rex Hearn