Vocalist - Soprano

Praised by Opera News as “the kind of performer who makes it all look easy,” Heather Buck is best described by opera critic David Shengold as “a lithe and impactful actress with an uncommonly beautiful soprano for the high-lying and testing repertory she serves." In the 2017-18 season, Ms. Buck returns to New York City Opera for a reprisal of the title role in Argento’s monodrama Miss Havisham’s Wedding Night, and Alma Beers in Wouronin’s Brokeback Mountain, a role she first created with Teatro Real Madrid. She returns to Odyssey Opera as Joan of Arc in a semi-staged performance of Dello Joio’s The Trial at Rouen, and also retuns to Virginia Opera as Tytania in Midsummer’s Night Dream.  

Posted: Jul-24-2017
Latest News

Soprano Heather Buck and tenor David Blalock will sing the roles of Tytania and Lysander, respectively, in Virginia Opera's upcoming Midsummer Night's Dream, by Benjamin Britten.  

Posted: Jan-16-2018
Latest Acclaim

"Heather Buck delivered an astonishing performance as Miss Havisham, wandering about in her lonely, neglected home, constantly reliving the tragedy of having been jilted on her wedding day. The role demands everything from sweet lyricism through raging screams. Buck delivered on all fronts...[her] performance was solid gold."

— Opera News
Posted: Feb-16-2018
Latest Recording

The operas of Carlisle Floyd are some of the most performed of living American opera composers. This is the world premiere recording of Floyd’s opera, Wuthering Heights, which was first performed in 1958 by the Santa Fe Opera, but has never been recorded until now. This recording was made by the Florentine Opera in January 2015, with the composer acting as artistic advisor.

Posted: Jun-10-2016