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Elizabeth Sarian


…second year studio artist, Elizabeth Sarian, served as The Page, almost a prophet in her own right. Sarian’s voice is warm, even, and clear, with a dark chocolatey timbre and excellent dramatic timing that elevated the small role perfectly. 



“Besides the three very able leads — all making their Atlanta Opera debut — the rest of the exquisite ensemble includes Elizabeth Sarian as Flora…”



Elizabeth Sarian’s Flora was distinguished by a well-knit mezzo-soprano that we hope to hear more of in the near future.”  (New out post)


“…the supporting cast distinguished itself for possessing far greater vocal fortitude. The sister duo of Bryn Holdsworth and Elizabeth Sarian as Clorinda and Tisbe, while possessing voice of standard lyric profiles, projected their retorts with an incisive edge, and through their powers combined never failed Rossini’s musical tapestry.”

(New out post)


“The scene chosen from Verdi's Falstaff involved some excellent ensemble work. Mezzo-soprano Elizabeth Sarian made a fine Meg Page, comparing letters with her friend Anne Ford...”

(Voce di Meche)