Lara Lynn McGill


Soprano Lara Lynn McGill has been described as “a voice of size, clarity and wide coloristic range… a three-dimensional figure who combined vulnerability with strength and tugged at the heartstrings in her every breath and movement.” (Pittsburgh Post Gazette) Ms. McGill most recently debuted as a soloist on the Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall in New York City with the New England Symphony. She also made her 9th Avenue Opera debut as Zerlina in New York City. She has appeared with St. Petersburg Opera in FL as Fiordiligi in Cosi fan tutte, and also sang Pamina and Antonia in their past seasons. Other favorite roles include: Cleopatra in Giulio Cesare and Romilda in Xerxes with Pittsburgh Festival Opera, Donna Anna, Mamah Cheney in Shining Brow, The Foreign Women in Menotti’s The Consul with Opera New Jersey, Susannah in Carlisle Floyd’s Susannah, Sandrina, Lauretta, Adina, and her Pittsburgh Opera debut as Barbarina. Ms. McGill’s concert soloist performances range from Baroque to Vaughan Williams. Highlights include: Bach’s Mass in B minor, Vivaldi’s and Handel’s Gloria, Messiah excerpts, Brahms’, Mozart’s, and Rutter’s Requiem, and In Terra Pax by Finzi. Lara graduated with her master’s from Eastman School of Music and her bachelor’s from University of Miami. Her recital and competition appearances include the eastern United States, California, Idaho, Italy, Austria, and South Africa.

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