Soprano, Theresa Cincione, has established a reputation for versatility and excellence across a wide spectrum of operatic, concert and chamber repertoire. She has sung leading roles at Opera companies around the world. Some of the roles she has performed are Mimi in La Boheme Micaela in Carmen, Margerite in Faust and Liu in Turandot and Susanna in Le Nozze di Figaro with the New York City Opera, Seattle Opera, Houston Grand Opera, Vlaamse Opera, Tai Pei Symphony Orchestra, Opera Columbus, Opera Carolina, Opera Festival of New Jersey, Opera Grand Rapids and Indianapolis Opera.

She has sung principal roles at the Metropolitan Opera from 1991 - 2003, including: Elektra, Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg, Carmen, Manon, Stiffelio, Death in Venice, Ghosts of Versailles, Idomeneo, War and Peace, Jenufa, Rigoletto and Lady McBeth of Mtsensk. Her Lyric Opera of Chicago debut was as Greta Fiorentino in Kurt Weillís Street Scene where she also has covered Renee Fleming as Alcina in Alcina and the role of Eva in Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg.

Recently she has performed her debuts as Pamina in Magic Flute and La Contessa di Alamaviva in Le Nozze di Figaro, Cio-cio San in Madama Butterfly and Fiordiligi in Cosi fan tutte with the Granite State Opera.

Theresa Cincione appeared for several summers at the Newport Music Festival, where she performed a large and varied concert repertoire including Barberís Knoxville: Summer of 1915, Straussí Four Last Songs and songs and ensembles by Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Brahms, Schumann, Guastavino, Rodrigo and in a concert presentation of Mozartís The Impresario. At the Berkshire choral Institute in Massachusetts, she has appeared as soprano soloist in Mendelssohnís Elijah, Dvorakís Te Deum, and Vaughn Williamsí Sea Symphony. She has sung Handelís Messiah with the Columbus Symphony and the Mozart Requiem with the Colorado Symphony, Marin Alsop conducting. She has performed with Eve Queler and the Opera Orchestra of New York, most recently in the title role of Verdiís Giovanna díArco in the orchestraís performance in Princeton, New Jersey, and previously in the Carnegie Hall presentations of Massenetís Herodiade and Donizettiís Caterina Cornaro.

Ms. Cincione has also won many singing awards; Including Licia Albanese Foundation Grant, Musician Emergency Fund 2nd Place Winner, Opera Columbus Competition 2nd Prize, Liederkranz Foundation Grant, Opera Index Career Development Grant, Tanglewood Music Center Fellowship, Metropolitan Opera National Council Regional Finalist and the Ezio Pinza Council for American Singers Opera Scholarship.

She received her undergraduate degrees from Ohio State University, and holds her Master of Music degree from Manhattan School of Music. Currently she resides in New York City.

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