Lynne Murray Sr. Educational Foundation Fellow
Soprano (United States)
HGO Appearances: The Water in The Little Prince
and First Wood Nymph in Rusalka. Previously: First Lady in The
Magic Flute and Kate Pinkerton in Madame Butterfly
(2015). First prize in the 2014 Eleanor McCollum Competition
Concert of Arias.
About the Artist: New York native D'Ana Lombard was recently
awarded a Sara Tucker Study Grant from the Richard Tucker
Foundation. She is a former member (for two seasons) of the
Domingo-Colburn-Stein Young Artist Program at Los Angeles Opera.
She earned her master's degree at Mannes College. Previous
performances include the title role in Suor
Angelica and Donna Anna in Don
Giovanni conducted by Joseph Colaneri. She made her L.A.
Opera debut as Kate Pinkerton in Madame Butterfly. With
the Colburn School in Los Angeles, she performed the Female Chorus
in The Rape of Lucretia under James Conlon and was
conducted by Plácido Domingo at a gala in his honor. At L.A. Opera,
she studied/covered Alice in Falstaff and the title
role of Thaïs and sang Alisa in Lucia di
Lammermoor conducted by James Conlon. Awards include the
Metropolitan Opera National Council Rohatyn Great Promise Award,
the Licia Albanese-Puccini Foundation Encouragement Award, the
Gerda Lissner Foundation Encouragement Award, and the Marcello
Giordani Foundation Award in memory of Sergio Franchi. This summer,
she will sing Rosina in The Ghosts of Versailles with Wolf
Trap Opera and will create the role of Eva in the world premiere of
Jack Perla's An American Dream with Seattle Opera.