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Marnie Breckenridge
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Marnie Breckenridge

soprano

Soprano Marnie Breckenridge’s versatility of roles range from highly acclaimed performances of Lucia di Lammermoor to Emily in Rorem’s Our Town. Her excellent acting 
credits and musicianship have brought her into the worlds of television, 
voice-over, and theatre where she recently composed the vocal lines for and sang
the lead in Wake at the Connelly (NYC), directed by Mei Ann Teo and
 composed by Jon Bernstein. Recent modern opera roles include: Mother in David 
T. Little’s Dog Days with Montclair Peak Performances (and upcoming in
 2015 at Ft. Worth Opera and Los Angeles Opera), Sierva Maria in Peter Eötvös’s Love 
and Other Demons at Glydebourne Festival Opera, La Princesse in
Philip Glass’ Orphée, and Margarita 
Xirgu in Golijov’s Ainadamar with Opera Parallele, her Berkeley 
Symphony debut in Chin’s Cantantrix Sopranica with Kent Nagano, and her
 Ravinia Festival debut in Jake Heggie’s To Hell and Back with
 Philharmonia Baroque, co-staring Patti LuPone. Breckenridge is a featured
 soloist on the 2012 New World Records album of Victor Herbert songs, and
 she recently made her European and Asian debuts as Cunegonde in Candide with the English National Opera,
 Prague State Opera, and on tour in Japan where she was reviewed being “note 
perfect” (Prague Post) and “simply 
terrific” (Opera Magazine, UK).