“Her power and presence on stage was something the audience quickly noted. Here is an  extraordinary  talent, with a powerful stage presence, and in subtle ways, displaying a sense of poetry and sensuality even in scenes in which she was alone on stage.”
- New Haven Independent

2018/2019 Season

Scottish soprano Lauren McQuistin recently performed as a Studio Artist with Central City Opera, covering First Lady in The Magic Flute and winning the Henwood Memorial Prize. A 2019 graduate of the Yale School of Music, she was seen as Tatyana (Eugene Onegin) and was the winner of the Phyllis Curtain Career Entry Prize.

 Featured Video: 

 Tatyana's Letter Scene 

Lauren McQuistin


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