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November 4, 2019
November 4, 2019


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“Opera careers are unpredictable, but I think that some years from now, there will be a good
chance that people who attended Opera Tampa’s staging of Lucia di Lammermoor this weekend
are going to be able to brag that they were there when Elizabeth de Trejo made her debut in the
title role.
De Trejo (the married name of the soprano formerly known as Rachel Watkins) was excellent as
the prima donna in previous productions here of Gounod’s Romeo et Juliette and Faust. But she
seems to have grown in dramatic presence in performing the flamboyant coloratura
passagework of the woman who kills her husband on their wedding night. Lucia contains a
number of scenes topped off by the soaring high notes that opera fans thrill to. On Friday, de
Trejo delivered with accuracy and flair the high D in Lucia’s Act 2 duet with her brother Enrico
(baritone Michael Corvino) and the high E flat in her mad scene.”

-St. Petersburg Times, John Fleming


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