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Hailed as “A Major Talent” in Opera Now’s “Who’s Hot” listing of the best talents, Juliana Rambaldi has won international critical acclaim for her many roles with the major opera companies throughout the United States. With the Lyric Opera Chicago, she sang Marguerite in “Faust,” Donna Elvira in “Don Giovanni” and Musetta in “La Boheme.” She made her European debut as Fiordiligi at the Vilnius Festival in Lithuania, then went on to sing her first Mimi in “La Boheme” with Hawaii Opera Theater. She has concertized extensively in such works as Mozart’s C Minor Mass with Boston Baroque and both “Messiah” and “Elijah” at Orchestra Hall in Chicago. Ms. Rambaldi began her career as a member of the Lyric Opera Center for American Artists’ apprenticeship program. She has been a National Finalist in the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions and won the prestigious George London Award and the ARIA Award.
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Ferko: Stabat Mater/Choral Arts
Choral Arts presents a live performance of Ferko's stunning Stabat Mater at St James Cathedral in Seattle.
   
 
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