Aurea Marston




Swiss-American soprano Aurea Marston was a member of the opera studio OperAvenir at Theater Basel in 2005/2006 and made her stage debut there as Smeraldine in Prokofiev`s opera L’amour des trois oranges. During the next seasons she was invited there as a guest to sing Siebel in Faust, Gymnasiast in Lulu and Thibault in Don Carlos. In 2009 she joined the ensemble of Theater Koblenz, where her repertoire included Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni, Charlotte in Werther, Nicklausse in Les Contes d`Hoffmann, Margret in Wozzeck, three Massenet roles Anita in La Navarraise, Dulcinée in Don Quichotte and Armelinde in Cendrillon, as well as Masha in P.Eötvös’ opera Die drei Schwestern.

She made the transition to jugendlich-dramatic soprano in 2015 and is since then a freelance artist based in Switzerland. Her debut as a soprano took place at Theater Koblenz in the role of Ellen Orford in Peter Grimes. She returned to Koblenz in 2016/17 as 1.Dame in Die Zauberflöte, Marianne Leitmetzerin in Der Rosenkavalier, Janthe in Marschner's Vampyr und Micaela in Carmen at the open-air festival at Festung Ehrenbreitstein in summer 2017.

She has also appeared with Rathausoper Konstanz in the title role of Carl Orff’s Die Kluge and with Free Opera Company Zürich as Beaumarchais’ Contessa in the production I due Figaro. Her concert repertoire includes such works as Brahms' Deutsches Requiem, the title role of Händel's Theodora, Mendelssohn’s Paulus, Bruckner’s Te Deum, Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle, Mozart’s Messe in c-moll (Sopran 2).

She is performing Leonore in Fidelio at Theater Neustrelitz in the season 2017/2018 and will sing the soprano solo of Beethoven’s 9th Symphony in the New Year’s Concert with the Neustrelitz orchestra.