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A Winner in the Metropolitan Opera National Council auditions, North American finalist in the International Bernstein Song and Oratorio Competition, and recipient of a Canada Council Career Development grant, Elizabeth Turnbull is a mezzo with a distinguished reputation in the U.S. and Canada, hailed by the press as "(one) of this country's finest singers, luminous and rich-voiced". Her recent schedule included MESSIAH at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa, Beethoven’s SYMPHONY No. 9 with the Regina Symphony, Olga in EUGENE ONEGIN for Opera Lyra Ottawa, the role of Mother in the world premiere of INES for Queen of Puddings Theatre in Toronto, a concert featuring the music of Mendelssohn for the Aldeburgh Connection and Schafer’s ADIEU, ROBERT SCHUMANN for the Ottawa Symphony. Ms. Turnbull has also been heard in the Canadian premiere of DEAD MAN WALKING (Calgary Opera), as Dame Quickly in FALSTAFF (Opera Lyra Ottawa) and in concerts with the Aldeburgh Connection of Toronto. In the U.S., she sang in Bach’s WEIHNACHTSORATORIUM (Nicholas McGegan and San Francisco’s Philharmonia Baroque) and MESSIAH for Los Angeles’s Musica Angelica. Her association with composer John Estacio continued with her World Premiere performance of Elizabeth I in his FROBISHER for Calgary Opera. Of special interest were her performances of Mahler’s SYMPHONY No. 2 with the Ottawa Symphony and Augusta Tabor in the Canadian premiere of THE BALLAD OF BABY DOE for Calgary Opera.

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