HGO Studio alumna Tamara Wilson is making her role debut as Tosca. She was seen most recently at HGO in the titular roles in Turandot (2022) and Aida (2020), and as Chrysothemis in Elektra in 2018. Other HGO roles include Leonora in Il trovatore (2013); Elisabeth de Valois in the five-act French Don Carlos (2012); Miss Jessel in The Turn of the Screw (2010); Konstanze in The Abduction from the Seraglio (2008); and Amelia in A Masked Ball (2007). She won first prize in HGO’s 2005 Eleanor McCollum Competition Concert of Arias. Wilson continues to garner international recognition for her interpretations of Verdi, Mozart, Strauss, and Wagner and is the recipient of the prestigious Richard Tucker Award. Other recent honors include an Olivier Award nomination and Grand Prize in the annual Francisco Viñas Competition held at the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona. Highlights of her 2022-23 season include Elvira in Ernani with Lyric Opera of Chicago, Turandot with Dutch National Opera, and Elsa in Lohengin at The Metropolitan Opera. Her 2021-22 season included debuts at Teatro La Fenice for Fidelio, The Santa Fe Opera for Tristan und Isolde, and returns to the Bavarian State Opera for Ariadne auf Naxos, LA Opera for St. Matthew Passion, and The Cleveland Orchestra for Otello. Other recent performances include returns to the Canadian Opera Company for her role debut as Turandot, Deutsche Oper Berlin for A Masked Ball, and Frankfurt Opera for Don Carlo, as well as a return to The Metropolitan Opera for Aida, Il trovatore at Lyric Opera of Chicago, Otello at the Canadian Opera Company, Ariadne auf Naxos at Teatro alla Scala, and Elektra with Zurich Opera.