Nicole Cabell


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    “Cabell, with her creamy sound and poised line, effectively conveyed her character's pathos and resolve, and she was warmly applauded.”
    John von Rhein, Chicago Tribune, March 18, 2010-Countess Almaviva in Le nozze di Figaro at Lyric Opera of Chicago

    Nicole Cabell, the 2005 Winner of the BBC Singer of the World Competition in Cardiff and Decca recording artist, is one of the most sought-after lyric sopranos of today. Her solo debut album, Soprano was named “Editor’s Choice” by Gramophone and has received an incredible amount of critical acclaim and several prestigious awards, including the 2007 Georg Solti Orphée d’Or from the French Académie du Disque Lyrique.

    Nicole Cabell’s current season includes returns to Michigan Opera Theatre for Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni, to Master Voices for Micaela in an English version of Carmen as well as to the...

    “A fine cast of singing actors populated Verona, starting with soprano Nicole Cabell as a radiant Juliet, who brought secure artistry to the role with nuanced singing and rich characterization… As Juliet, Cabell’s portrayal was a tour-de-force and beautifully sung, from her sparkling “Je veux vivre” as the young, carefree Juliet, to her devastating soliloquy as she took the potion. Each word was deeply felt, and every movement was utterly natural.”
    Janelle Gelfand, Cincinnati Business Courier – “’Romeo and Juliet’ captivates at Cincinnati Opera” – June 28, 2019