Vocalist - Mezzo-Soprano
American mezzo-soprano Elizabeth Bishop has been praised by Opera News for her "gorgeous voice" and is in equal demand for both opera and concert performances across the country. With a "burgundy mezzo-soprano" the Washington Post describes as "a rich well of color and emotion," audiences and critics alike recognize her as one of this country's predominant singing actresses.
Posted: Jan-5-2010
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Elizabeth Bishop has a rare Metropolitan Opera "double header" on Saturday, performing in the matinee broadcast as Mere Marie in Dialogues of the Carmelites, and as Fricka in Das Rheingold at 8PM.
Posted: May-2-2013
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“Ms. Bishop’s Mother Marie is a more nuanced role. She is less authoritarian than her prioress, and arguably more compassionate, particularly toward the conflicted Blanche. Yet she too has nerves of steel, ultimately selling her fellow sisters on their final act of collective self-immolation. Ms. Bishop adds authority and vocal heft to the role, and in Monday evening’s performance had little problem soaring above Poulenc’s dynamic orchestration.”

— Community Digital News
Posted: Feb-27-2015