Vocalist - Mezzo-Soprano
Canadian mezzo-soprano Krisztina Szabó has become highly sought in both North America and Europe as an artist of supreme musicianship and stagecraft. Following recent performances of Ottavia in L'incoronazione di Poppea the Chicago Tribune exclaimed "Krisztina Szabó stole every scene with her powerful, mahogany voice and deeply poignant immersion in the empress' plight." The New York Times praised her Lincoln Center debut as Dorabella in Così fan tutte as "clear, strong, stately and an endearingly vulnerable Dorabella."
Posted: Jul-27-2011
Latest News

In May 2018, mezzo-soprano Krisztina Szabó will make her Royal Opera House debut in the production of George Benjamin's much anticipated new opera, Lessons in Love and Violence.

Posted: Feb-1-2017
Latest Acclaim

"Kulesha tailored his composition to Szabó’s stunning range, assured technique and penetrating tone. This unbelievably consistent singer deftly navigated the violent mood swings in Woolf’s writing: her expression was at turns confidential, mocking and snobbish, serene, or almost wailing in pain, but there was never a snag or a sharp corner to her singing."

— Artsfile
Posted: Mar-30-2017