Marguerite Krull

Marguerite Krull

Marguerite Krull (soprano) is passionate about bringing to life works that have been forgotten or neglected and possesses keen musical intelligence and a vocal range from high lyric mezzo-soprano to soprano. Recent appearances in this vein include Harbison’s Mirabai Songs (New York Philharmonic); Alice Parker’s Songs for Eve; premiere performances of Elena Ruehr’s Cantata Averno; Calliope in Handel’s Alceste with the American Classical Orchestra; Énone in Charpentier’s La descente d’Orphee aux enfers with Gotham Opera; and Alix in Gretry’s 18th-century opéracomique Le Magnifique. Other operatic roles include Emilia in Handel’s Flavio, Belle in Philip Glass’s La belle et la bête, the title role of Martín y Soler’s La capricciosa corretta, and four leading Rossini heroines in Il barbiere di Siviglia, La gazza ladra, La donna del lago, and Otello at Caramoor International Music Festival. She has appeared at La Monnaie in Brussels, Belgium; Argentina’s Teatro Colón; the New York City Opera; Teatro Colón in Bogotá, Colombia; and Lyric Opera of Chicago.