Praised by the New York Times for her bright, sizable and expressive voice, Kristin Sampsons 2019-2020 calendar opens with a featured soloist appearance on the 75th Anniversary concert for New York City Opera. Additional performances include the roles of Mimì in La bohème with MidAtlantic Opera and Liu in Turandot with Opera Grand Rapids, as well as several concert appearances with New York City Opera. 2018-19 performances included Mimì in La bohème with New York City Opera, Guest soloist with City Opera Bryant Park Pride Concert Series, concerts featuring the music of composer Jeremy Gill, as well as being a featured artist at the 2019 Festival of Nature at Lake Tizsa in Hungary. Upcoming seasons include the roles of Tosca and Mimì, as well as concert appearances throughout the United States.


The 2017-18 season included performances as Minnie in La fanciulla del West with New York City Opera, and at Teatro del Giglio in Lucca, Teatro Goldoni in Livorno, and Teatro Verdi in Pisa, Italy. Her engagements in the 2016-17 season included her Carnegie Hall debut as the soprano soloist in BeethovenSymphony No. 9 with the Park Avenue Chamber Symphony, Magda in Respighi's La campana sommersa with New York City Opera, Minnie in La fanciulla del West with Opera Carolina, and her debut at the Festival Puccini in Torre del Lago as Tosca.


Her 2015-16 season included debuts at Potenzas Teatro Francesco Stabile as Mimi in La bohème and at the New York City Opera as Tosca in the celebratory production that re-opened the company. Ms. Sampson is a two-time recipient of a grant from the Olga Forrai Foundation. She has performed in the U.S. with the New York City Opera, Santa Fe Opera, Opera Orchestra of New York, Opera Carolina, Dicapo Opera Theatre, Augusta Opera, El Paso Opera, and the National Lyric Opera among others, and internationally with the Opera Society of Hong Kong, Armel Opera Festival, National Theater of Szeged, Teatro Municipal de Santiago, and Teatro dell'Opera di Roma.




Kristin Sampson was special guest artist appearance on the NYCO Renaissance Gala concert  with Placido Domingo celebrating the life of the late Julius Rudel and concerts throughout the East coast area.


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