First Maidservant in Elektra. Previously: Bronka in The Passenger (both at HGO and on tour to the Lincoln Center Festival, 2014).
About the Artist:
Kathryn Day made her HGO debut in 1979 as Lady Katherine de Vaucelles in The Vagabond King. She performed Bronka in Weinberg’s The Passenger, a role she sang both for the American premiere at HGO and on tour to the Lincoln Center Festival in 2014. Recently, she returned to her artistic home at the Metropolitan Opera for performances in Salome and La traviata and the role of the Designer in the company’s new production of Lulu, and reprised the role of Bronka with Florida Grand Opera. She has performed many roles with the Metropolitan Opera, including the Respectable Lady in The Nose, Third Lady in The Magic Flute, Bolkonsky’s Housemaid in War and Peace, Glasha in Katya Kabanova, Suspicious Old Lady in The Gambler, First Maidservant in Elektra, Annina in La traviata, Governess in The Queen of Spades, Giovanna in Rigoletto, and the Maid in Manon. She has also performed with Seattle Opera (Ulrica in A Masked Ball, Ortrud in Lohengrin, and Azucena in Il trovatore), Des Moines Metro Opera, Opéra de Montréal, Portland Opera, Long Beach Opera, San Diego Opera, the Savonlinna Festival, Austin Lyric Opera, and others.