Liz Bouk

    Liz Bouk

    Liz Bouk ( Queen Anne) is a dell’Arte Opera Ensemble alumnus. In 2015, The New York Times praised Liz’s “silky mezzo” as Amparo in Rosina. Since then, Liz has brought his “impressive firmly-grounded contralto” (Opera News) to roles including Lucretia, Carmen, Augusta Tabor, and Fosca. This season, Liz performed Hannah-after in Alamo City Opera’s As One, La Suora Infermiera in St. Petersburg Opera Company’s Suor Angelica, and Sarah in the World Premiere of Stonewall with New York City Opera at Lincoln Center. With Bea Goodwin, Liz recently told his own coming of age story through spoken word and song. Mr. Liz’s One [wo] Man Show: [Living in the In-Between] premiered off-off-Broadway at The Tank Theater and New Beginnings premiered with The New Work Series at TADA Theater and at Dixon Place in Manhattan. Liz holds performance degrees from The University of Cincinnati, CCM and Westminster Choir College and studies with Katherine Ciesinski. www.lizbouk.com