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Kate Robson

Kate Robson

Assistant Artist Manager


General Management with Askonas Holt Partner manager: Italy: Melodramma (Giandomenico Bisi)

About Rosa

Rosa Feola came to international attention after winning multiple awards including Second Prize, The Audience Prize and the Zarzuela Prize at the Plácido Domingo World Opera Competition (2010). In 2020, Rosa was awarded the Premio Speciale of the Spoleto Festival dei Due Mondi.

Operatic roles include Corinna (Il Viaggio a Reims), Adina (L’elisir d’amore), Gilda (Rigoletto), Norina (Don Pasquale), Susanna (Le nozze di Figaro), Amina (La Sonnambula) to name just a few, performing at houses including Teatro alla Scala, The Metropolitan Opera New York, Teatro dell’Opera in Rome, Opernhaus Zürich, Bayerische Staatsoper, Ravenna Festival, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Teatro Regio Torino, Salzburg Festival and the Deutsche Oper Berlin.

Recent career highlights include a number of debuts, namely the Royal Opera House, London in an Oliver Mears production of Rigoletto and Liu in Turandot at the Opernhaus Zurich. She also returned to The Metropolitan Opera for performances of Rigoletto and Olga in Fedora.

Upcoming engagements for the 2023/24 season include Washington National Opera for Romeo and Juliet, Teatro di San Carlo for Liu in a new production of Turandot, Wiener Staatsoper for Don Pasquale, Opera Royal de Wallonie-Liège for Capuleti e Montecchi.

Rosa is based in Italy

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General Management with Askonas Holt Partner manager: Italy: Melodramma (Giandomenico Bisi)

Season Highlights

Nov 2023
Washington National Opera
Gounod's 'Romeo and Juliet', role of Juliet, Washington National Opera Conductor: Evan Rogister Director: Simon Godwin
Dec 2023
Teatro di San Carlo, Naples
Puccini's 'Turandot', role of Liu, Teatro di San Carlo Conductor: Dan Ettinger Director: Vasily Barkhatov
Feb 2024
Wiener Staatsoper
Donizetti's 'Don Pasquale', role of Norina, Wiener Staatsoper Conductor: Francesco Ivan Ciampa Director: Irina Brook

Selected Repertoire

BelliniI Capuleti e i Montecchi (Giulietta)   •   I Puritani (Elvira)   •   La Sonnambula (Amina)
BizetLes Pecheurs de Perles (Leila)   •   Carmen (Micaela)
DonizettiDon Pasquale (Norina)   •   La campanello (Serafina)   •   L’elisir d’amore (Adina)   •   Linda di Chamounix   •   Maria Stuarda
GluckOrfeo et Euridice (Euridice)
GounodRomeo et Juliette (Juliette)
MercadanteI due Figaro (Inès)
MonteverdiIl Vespro della Beata Vergine
MozartLa Clemenza di Tito (Servilia)   •   Idomeneo (Ilia)   •   Le Nozze di Figaro (Susanna)   •   Don Giovanni (Donna Anna)   •   La Finta Giardiniera (Sandrina)
MozartC Minor Mass   •   Requiem   •   Exultate Jubilate   •   Vespere solennes de Confessore
OffenbachTales of Hoffman (Antonia)
PucciniGianni Schicchi   •   La Bohème (Musetta)   •   Turandot (Liu)
RossiniViaggio a Reims (Corinna)   •   Il Turco in Italia (Fiorilla)   •   La Scala di Seta
VerdiRigoletto (Gilda)   •   Falstaff (Alice)   •   La traviata



  • Roméo et Juliette (Gounod)

    Washington National Opera
    Nov 2023
    • She displayed extraordinary scope, with her soprano plush and limpid across the dynamic range and from high to low. She transformed from a bratty coquette, with outstanding high Cs and D in the Act I Ariette (“Je veux vivre”), into a tragic soliloquist in “Dieu! quel frisson” in Act IV. Her radiant pianissimi impressed as much as her bolder, louder exploits.

    • Rosa Feola, hailed last year for her Gilda at the Met, brought a level of vocal refinement and elegance to Juliet that substantially elevated the night’s proceedings. Her precise, iridescent soprano soared in Act I’s “Je Veux Vivre,” Feola handling Juliet’s coloratura passages with easy confidence and capping the aria with a blazing and generous final high note. Delicate dynamic effects and vivid attention to the French contributed to a captivating vocal performance throughout.