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"A joy to listen to"

- Indie Opera

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"when she is onstage, you know it."

"Cook is the kind of actress who, when she is on stage, you know it.

All eyes are on her, and she achieves this not with tricks, flips, mugging or winks but with a presence that quietly states “I am here and you are going to watch me”.

It was a commanding performance vocally and she showed that maturity and command of character that is sure to please audiences well into this century."

-National Opera Association

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PRESS

“Mezzo-soprano Lauren Cook brought abundant personality, if not equal amplitude of vibrant tone” 

-OPERA NEWS 

“Mezzo-soprano Lauren Cook displayed dramatic and comedic acting talent” 
-OPERA GENE 

“Cook was very convincing as the bumbling, scared of his own shadow Cherubino".
-DIGITAL BEAT MAGAZINE 

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Cook starts this season with her Opera Maine debut as Ava in Gareth Williams' 

Rocking Horse Winner.

Cook then heads to Opera Philadelphia to cover the roles of Nurse/Matron in the World Premiere of Rene Orth’s 10 Days in a Madhouse.

 

Following, Cook is thrilled to return to Virginia Opera for her debut performance of Rosina in Il barbiere di Siviglia.

 

Cook continues her season with a return to Arizona Opera to debut Berta in Josh Borth's production of Il barbiere di Siviglia, as well as Stéphano in Patricia Racette’s Roméo et Juliette.

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