Natalie Arduino


Natalie Arduino has received critical acclaim in opera, concert and early music performances for her versatility, vitality and her “beautiful, clear voice and musical sensitivity.” Ms. Arduino, an alumna of the Lyric Opera Center for American Artists, has appeared throughout the country with many opera companies, festivals and orchestras, including Lyric Opera of Chicago, Dallas Opera and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Her Carnegie Hall debut was with the Masterwork Chorus and Orchestra as alto soloist in Handel’s Messiah. She has sung with the Little Orchestra Society in its “Vivaldi’s Venice” series at Alice Tully Hall and as the Mother in their production of Menotti's Amahl and the Night Visitors in Avery Fisher Hall with the composer present. Recent performances include the title role in Holst's opera Savitri with Grace Song Series in Houston, appearances with Voces Intimae in Dallas, a French Opera concert with the St. Cecelia Chamber Music Society in Houston, Nettie Fowler in a revival of Carousel with Lyric Stage; concerts with the Tulsa Oratorio Chorus of Durufle's Requiem and Mendelssohn's Die Walpurgisnacht; Handel's Messiah with the Tower Arts Series  and Arts District Chorale (Dallas, TX); with whom she also sang Handel's Israel in Egypt, Ned Rorem's Evidence of Things Not Seen for Col Canto and Handel's Judas Maccabaeus with Cantare in Zilkha Hall at the Hobby Center for the Performing Arts. She can be heard as Miss Todd in Menotti’s Old Maid and the Thief, recently released on Albany Records. She received her Bachelor of Music (cum laude) degree from Southern Methodist University and her Master of Music from the Mannes College of Music in New York.

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