Appearing this season with dell'Arte as Una dama disincantata in La liberazione di Ruggiero as La Fée in Scenes from the Tower.
Heather Bobeck (La Dama disincantata in Ruggiero, and La Fee in Cendrillon) looks forward to returning to dell’Arte Opera Ensemble as well as to her Vermont debut in the fall with Barn Opera as the Queen of the Night in The Magic Flute. This past season, she reprised the very same role in Potomac Vocal Institute’s Die Zauberflöte, Gretel in Opera Theatre of Montclair’s Hansel and Gretel, La Sacerdotessa in Verdi’s Aida with Gateway Classical Music, covered the title role in both Utopia Opera’s Martha, and Constanze in Bronx Opera’s Abduction from the Seraglio. Her most recent accomplishments include a Carnegie Hall debut as a soloist in Beethoven’s “Choral Symphony”; her 2018 company debut with dell’Arte Opera Ensemble as Fiordiligi in Così fan tutte and the Eurilla cover for the American premiere of Salieri’s La Cifra. Since relocating to New York, she has additionally appeared as the title cover in both OperaRox Productions’ Alcina and New Opera NYC’s Zolotoy petusok, Natalie in Minuetto Music Festival’s Merry Widow, the Gianetta cover in North Shore Music Festival’s Elixir of Love, both der Sandmännchen and the Gretel cover in Manhattan Opera Studio’s Hansel und Gretel, Die Konigin in Montclair’s outreach Die Zauberflöte concerts, and a 2016 Metropolitan Opera National Council Semifinalist. Her time in North Carolina yielded leads with Opera Wilmington in HMS Pinafore, Pirates of Penzance, and The Merry Widow, along with the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra and the North Carolina Baroque Orchestra.http://www.heatherbobecksoprano.com/