Marisa Karchin

A recent graduate of Mannes School of Music and Yale University, New York-based soprano Marisa Karchin is establishing herself as a compelling and versatile performer of art song, opera and concert works. To begin the 2018-19 Season, she joins Dayton Opera as an Artist in Residence, and makes her Weill Recital Hall debut in recital as winner of the 2018 Joy in Singing International Art Song Competition. Last season, Marisa was featured in a new production of Moto Osada’s Four Nights of Dream in NYC and Tokyo, and also performed with the Light Opera of NY, the Canadian Vocal Arts Institute, and the Chelsea Music Festival’s “Bach 333” series. Other recent roles include Angelica in Orlando (Cantanti Project), Shirley Temple in Robert Ashley’s DUST (Mannes), and Nanetta (cover) in Falstaff (Opera Saratoga). An avid interpreter of new music, Marisa has recently been featured with the Washington Square Contemporary Music Society, Lehigh University’s Very Modern Ensemble, and Venice’s Plurimo Ensemble.

Marisa Karchin, soprano de Nueva York y recién graduada de la Mannes School of Music y la Universidad de Yale, se está convirtiendo en una intérprete versátil y convincente de obras de arte, ópera y conciertos. Para comenzar la temporada 2018-19, se une a Dayton Opera como artista residente, y hace su debut en el Weill Recital Hall en un recital como ganadora de la competencia de 2018 Joy in Singing International Art Song. La temporada pasada, Marisa apareció en una nueva producción de Four Nights of Dream en Nueva York y Tokio compuesta por Moto Osada, y también actuó con la Light Opera de NY, el Instituto de Artes Vocales de Canadá y la serie "Bach 333" del Chelsea Music Festival. Otros papeles recientes incluyen Angélica en Orlando (Proyecto Cantanti), Shirley Temple en DUST (Mannes) de Robert Ashley y Nanetta (suplente) en Falstaff (Opera Saratoga). Una ávida intérprete de la nueva música, Marisa ha sido presentada recientemente con la Washington Square Contemporary Music Society, Very Modern Ensemble de Lehigh University y Plurimo Ensemble de Venice.

 Photo credit: J. Demetrie Photography

Photo credit: J. Demetrie Photography