...[as] possibly the only one with a head to think properly, [Wolz's] Bradamante seems to fully take control, knowing what she wants and how to get it.
Equally adept at playing the sexy campy Stewardess of Dove’s Flight (November 2015) as she is a delightedly confused, hormonal Cherubino (Le nozze di Figaro, 2016), Boston based mezzo-soprano Michaela Wolz has been praised for her “radiant” voice (The Boston Musical Intelligencer) and her skill in both solo and ensemble singing.
This past summer, Ms.Wolz returned to her hometown of St. Louis, Missouri, to perform with Opera Theatre of Saint Louis as a Gerdine Young Artist, covering the role of Pvt. Stanton in the world premiere of An American Soldier by Huang Ruo. She is thrilled to return again this summer as a Gaddes Festival Artist, portraying Amore in The Coronation of Poppea.
Other notable stage credits include Annio (cvr) in La Clemenza di Tito (2017) with Opera Theatre Saint Louis, Dorabella in Così fan tutte (2018), Mère Marie in Dialogues des Carmélites (2018), Sister Helen
Prejean in Jake Heggie's Dead Man Walking (2017), Bradamante in Alcina (2016), Presendia in Nico Muhly’s Dark Sisters (2017), Cherubino in Le nozze di Figaro (2016), and Stewardess in Flight (2015) with Boston Conservatory Opera, where she was praised for her “radiant” voice (The Boston Musical Intelligencer) and her skill in both solo and ensemble singing.
Michaela Wolz will graduate with her Master of Music in Opera Performance this spring from the Boston Conservatory at Berklee (May 2019) under the tutelage of Rebecca Folsom.