Nina Warren made her Seattle Opera debut last year in the title role of R. Strauss’s Salome, a role that she has also performed at Staatstheater Stuttgart (for her European debut in 1996), Dresden Semperoper, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Florida Grand Opera, and Opera Pacific, among others. Other roles for Warren include Beethoven’s Leonore, Puccini’s Tosca and Turandot, and R. Strauss’s Chrysothemis from Elektra. Warren has appeared in opera houses across Europe, singing such roles as Senta in Wagner’s Fliegende Holländer in Frankfurt, Marietta in Korngold’s Tote Stadt in Cologne and Spoleto, Minnie in Puccini’s Fanciulla del West in Essen, and Nyssia in the world premiere of Zemlinsky’s Konig Kandaules in Hamburg, which was televised and recorded. U.S. credits include an early debut at the Metropolitan Opera in Wagner’s Walküre and several engagements with New York City Opera. Warren also has performed in Hong Kong, Santiago, and Mexico City. Most recently, she returned to Los Angeles Opera to sing Minnie and Turandot, sang Kostelnicka in Janacek’s Jenufa in Sao Paolo, and made her debut at Canadian Opera Company in Schoenberg’s Erwartung. Upcoming engagements include Isolde in Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde in Manaus, Brazil, Salome in Baltimore, and Turandot in Cologne.