“Trevor Scheunemann’s Baron impressed with his resonant voice.”

Bachtrack.com review of La Traviata at the Metropolitan Opera 1/10/20

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“The supporting roles were all superbly sung: Trevor Scheunemann’s booming Barone and Megan Marino’s spunky Flora brought plenty of life to the crowd scenes, while Maria Zifchak’s Annina had a maternal warmth and a round, resonant sound to match.”

Parterre.com review of La Traviata at the Metropolitan Opera 1/10/20

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“The opera’s half-dozen other roles function mostly as foils to Violetta, but that didn’t prevent performers such as Maria Zifchak as the faithful maid Annina, Trevor Scheunemann as the haughty lover Baron Douphol, Megan Marino as best friend Flora, and Paul Corona as the sympathetic Doctor Grenvil from convincingly inhabiting their characters.”

-New York Classical Review

Verdi's La Traviata

Don’t miss soprano Aleksandra Kurzak as Violetta in Verdi’s La Traviata, a performance marked by “luminous beauty, shimmering high notes, and raw intensity” (The New York Times). On stage through February 7:bit.ly/35yZxdVVideography by Pete Scalzitti / Met Opera

Posted by The Metropolitan Opera on Wednesday, January 15, 2020