Eboli in DON CARLO

Washington National Opera

Barton was the star of the evening, elevating the mezzo role of Princess Eboli from vengeful femme fatale to a wounded but sympathetic courtier, both perpetrator and victim of the palace’s sexual intrigue. Her Veil Song was coy and sultry, and the showstopping “O don fatale” was a magnificent study...

Léonor in LA FAVORITE

Teatro Real Madrid

Debuting with an already fully developed interpretation, the justly deserved standout among the vocal cast was Jamie Barton, who offered a magnificent Leonor. A big voice – meaty and velvety, with generous volume and extensive range – it’s also delicate, with an attractive timbre and impeccable placement, and a homogeneous lined-up sound…