A mezzo in a class by herself
(New York Times)


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Published:13 Oct 2015

Dolora was presented with a commemorative golden anvil by General Manager Peter Gelb at Saturday’s performance of Verdi’s Il Trovatore in which she sings Azucena. She made her Met debut in 1988 in the same role and remains the definitive interpreter of Azucena, having sung it more than any other artist in Met history. Dolora has sung […]

Published:28 Sep 2015

“The powerhouse mezzo-soprano Dolora Zajick, who made her 1988 Met debut in this opera as Azucena, still owns this role, the Gypsy haunted by the horrific memory of seeing her mother burned at the stake.” (New York Times, 27 September 2015) “It is difficult to imagine anyone other than Dolora Zajick as Azucena, as she […]