MaryCatherine Moroney
Mezzo Soprano

Mezzo Soprano

  "Every single role is handled with great musicality, fine acting and stunning voice...Kudos to...the comic pair of servants, Berta and Ambrogio, as sung by Mary Catherine Moroney and Matthew Alan Troillett.  Briggle gave them special ploys - Berta sneezed fortissimo at regular intervals while Ambrogio yawned.  They never descended into the customary slapstick but moved through the action with sparkling humor. "
Review of Dayton Opera's "Il Barbiere di Siviglia," by Burt Saidel, The Oakwood Register)

"...[Natalie Conte's] 'barcarole' duet with mezzo Mary Catherine Moroney was a gift they both sang to the musical gods...a tremedous combination of sounds.    Ms. Moroney had a wonderful smoky mezzo quality..." (Review of Opera Camerata's "An Evening of French Grand Opera," by Bob Anthony)

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Audio Selections

"Agnus Dei" - G. Rossini, Petite Messe Sollenelle (Peabody Chamber Singers)

"Stars and the Moon" - Jason Robert Brown, Songs for a New World

Amor" - W. Bolcom

"Va! laisse couler mes larmes" - J. Massenet, Werther

"Der Engel" - R. Wagner, Wesendonck Lieder

Träume" - R. Wagner, Wesendonck Lieder

Losing my Mind" - S. Sondheim, Follies

No one is alone" - S. Sondheim, Into the Woods

Alto's Lament" - Goldrich & Heisler

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