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with central city opera on the role of fiordiligi, the creative proccess and living abroad

 2017-18 Season announced

​​​In the 2017-18 season, International award-winning American soprano Hailey Clark joins the Ensemble of THEATER BASEL for three exciting new productions, with role debuts including Lucio Cinna in LUCIO SILLA (Mozart), Fifth Maid in ELEKTRA (Strauss) and Anne Trulove in THE RAKE'S PROGRESS (Stravinsky).  Recently, she made her German Debut with Oper Stuttgart as Fiordiligi in Così fan tutte, her company debut at Central City Opera in the same role, and returned to Salzburg as Musetta in a new production of La Bohème in the Haus für Mozart.


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​​"Clark imbued Fiordiligi with real emotions rather than the caricature of a prima donna.  Most importantly she can rise to the role’s vocal challenges.  She brought energy, fervor and dramatic passion to Fiordiligi’s “Come scoglio” and “Per pietà, ben mio.”  Her strong low tones, fine projection and ease in coloratura passages propelled the ensembles as well as solo showpieces.  Clark is a very promising soprano."

- South Florida Classical Review​

"Clark somersaulted through her tough runs with bell clarity and purity — she is an impressive young soprano." - Naples Daily News

"Hailey Clark, making her CCO debut, immediately drew in the crowd with her striking stage presence and her astonishing vocal control. Clark's performance is a masterclass in how to fully inhabit and develop a character — all while dazzling with an ineffably beautiful voice.

Both arias drew sustained applause." - Boulder Daily Camera

“Clark knocked it out of the park with a flawless commanding “Come scoglio” followed by a truly inspiring “Per pietà.”

The tough coloratura seemed to encourage, not intimidate her." -  Concerto Net

Hailey Clark

Recent news:

hailey wins the Austrian Music Theater Prize for opera in the category of "Best female leading role"

Instagram: @haileyclarksoprano

Twitter: @haileysoprano