Aurea Marston

soprano

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Biography

Swiss-American soprano Aurea Marston made her stage debut in 2006 as Sméraldine in Prokofiev`s opera L’amour des trois oranges at the Theater Basel and performed Siebel, Gymnasiast (Lulu) and Thibault (Don Carlos) at the same venue. Further engagements led her to the Theater Koblenz in 2009, where she sang such roles as Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni, Charlotte in Werther, Nicklausse in Les Contes d`Hoffmann, Margret in Wozzeck, Anita, Dulcinée and Armelinde in Massenet operas La Navarraise, Don Quichotte and Cendrillon and Masha in P.Eötvös’ opera Die drei Schwestern. Since then she has made the transition to jugendlich-dramatic soprano and works as a freelance singer.

Aurea Marston made her successful role debut as Ellen Orford in
Peter Grimes in Koblenz in 2015 and will return there 2016/17 as 1.Dame in Die Zauberflöte as well as Marianne Leitmetzerin in Der Rosenkavalier. With the Rathausoper Konstanz she sang the title role in Carl Orff’s Die Kluge and with the Free Opera Company Zürich she portrayed Beaumarchais’ Contessa in the production I due Figaro.