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Soprano Jamie-Rose Guarrine is acclaimed for her vibrant vocal beauty, charming stage presence, and accomplished musicianship. She has performed on the stages of Los Angeles Opera, Minnesota Opera, The Santa Fe Opera, Wolf Trap Opera, Opera Philadelphia, Chicago Opera Theater, Utah Opera, Fort Worth Opera, Madison Symphony, the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, The National Symphony Orchestra of Costa Rica, San Antonio Symphony, the Santa Fe Symphony, among many others. Current and recent projects include Handel’s Messiah with the Jacksonville Symphony and Duke Chapel Choir, the role of Fury in the world premiere of Julian Wachner’s Rev.23 at the PROTOTYPE Festival in NYC, debuts with White Snake Projects in Boston, Trinity Wall Street as Iphis in Handel’s Jeptha, and a return to the Florentine Opera of Milwaukee singing the role of Pamina in Die Zauberflöte.
In recent seasons, Guarrine returned to Austin Opera and the Florentine Opera for her signature role of Susanna in Le nozze di Figaro, Opera Omaha as Poppea in Handel’s Agrippina, the Minnesota Opera as the Fiakermilli in Richard Strauss’ Arabella, and the title role in Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor at Opera Saratoga in New York. Her performance repertoire ranges from the baroque such as the Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater and Keiser’s The Fortunes of King Croesus to modern works such as the roles of Xanthe/Aphrodite in Mark Adamo’s Lysistrata and Maria Celeste Philip Glass’ Galileo Galilei. Dr. Guarrine has presented recitals and masterclasses throughout the United States, and current serves as Assistant Professor of Voice at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.