Margaret Genovese

 Soprano, Margaret Genovese, is originally from the Washington D.C. metropolitan area.  She holds a Bachelor's of Music degree and an Artist Diploma from the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, in Baltimore, Maryland. While studying there, she was a two-time recipient of the Liberace Foundation full tuition scholarship. She was a finalist in the Metropolitan Opera Pacific Regional Competition and first place winner of the National Symphony Orchestra's Young Soloist Competition.

Ms. Genovese made her first professional operatic debut in Mozarts's THE MAGIC FLUTE, appearing as Papagena with the Baltimore Opera Company.  She also performed at the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts as soloist and tourced Sydney Australia as Christine in an adaptation of PHANTOM OF THE OPERA by Grigal and Anderson.  She has also performed many leading roles with Balimore's Young Victorian Theatre Company which specializes in Gilbert and Sullivan repertorie.

Credits in the California area include Micaëla in CARMEN with Pacific Repertory Opera, Musetta in LA BOHÈME and Donna Elvira in DON GIOVANNI with the Bear Valley Music Festival.  She performed Violetta in LA TRAVIATA, Mimi in LA  BOHÈME, and Donna Anna in DON GIOVANNI with North Bay Opera.  She has also performed may roles with Pocket Opera including Manon in Puccini's MANON LESCAUT.  She performed lead roles in the outreach programs with both the San Francisco Opera Association and West Bay Opera.  Ms. Genovese has been a recurring member of the San Francisco Opera chorus, and recently performed in Tchaikovsky's EUGENE ONEGIN.

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