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Maria Dominique Lopez, mezzo-soprano

Praised for “a vocal instrument of exceptional beauty, range, and flexibility” and “innate artistry”, mezzo soprano Maria Dominique Lopez has sung operatic roles and symphonic works throughout the United States and Europe, in addition to recording vocals for independent films and major motion pictures (most recently, Golden Globe and Academy Award Wining Disney/Pixar film, Coco”). Recent stage appearances include Houston Grand Opera: Opera to Go!, Arizona Opera (Dritte Dame in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte and Bonita in the US premiere of Kálmán’s Arizona Lady), The Phoenix Symphony (mezzo soloist, Vaughan Williams’ Magnificat), Resonance Works / Pittsburgh (Candelas in de Falla’s El Amor Brujo), Opera Memphis (Third Lady in Mozart’s The Magic Flute), Pacific Opera Project (POP) (Madam Flora in Menotti’s The Medium, and Mercedes in Bizet’s Carmen), the LA premiere of Mark Weiser’s The Place Where You Started (Samantha), and The Southeast Symphony (mezzo soloist, Mahler’s 2nd Symphony). A native Arizonan, Maria now lives in Huntington Beach, CA, and studies with renowned opera and musical theatre voice teacher, Eric Fütterer.