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Seattle Opera.

Three Singing Sisters

Saturday, November 2, 2019


Rising stars in the opera world, the Costa-Jacksons are an amazing concentration of talent. … Rich, beautifully produced voices of considerable agility."

The Seattle Times

After charming Seattle audiences in Così fan tutte, Carmen, and Cinderella, all three singing sisters of Salt Lake City take the stage for a memorable night of music making. The mixed-genre program will feature opera arias, Broadway melodies, popular music, and Neapolitan songs (the sisters’ specialty!). The concert will include solos, duets, and trios; showcasing three distinct voice types that blend beautifully as only a family can. One night only!

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About the Artists

Ginger Costa-Jackson

At Seattle Opera in 2019/20: Cinderella, Cinderella; Three Singing Sisters; Musetta, La bohème

Hometown: Palermo, Sicily
Seattle Opera Debut: Dorabella, Così fan tutte (’18)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Carmen, Carmen (’19)
Recently: Rosina, The Barber of Seville (Opera de Toulon); Carmen, Carmen (New National Theatre Tokyo); Maddalena, Rigoletto (LA Opera)
Upcoming: Cherubino, The Marriage of Figaro (La Monnaie); Despina, Così fan tutte (Opéra National de Paris)

Marina Costa-Jackson

At Seattle Opera in 2019/20: Tatyana, Eugene Onegin and Three Singing Sisters

Hometown: Las Vegas, NV
Seattle Opera Debut: Fiordiligi, Così fan tutte (’18)
Recently: Desdemona, Otello (Savonlinna Opera Festival); Elisabetta, Don Carlo (Grange Park Opera); Mimì, La bohème (LA Opera)
Upcoming: Amelia, Simon Boccanegra (Washington Concert Opera); Nedda, Pagliacci (Michigan Opera Theater); Mimì, La bohème (Opéra National de Paris)

Miriam Costa-Jackson

At Seattle Opera in 2019/20: Clorinda, Cinderella and Three Singing Sisters

Hometown: Las Vegas, NV
Recently: Micaëla, Carmen (Phoenicia Festival of the Voice); Queen of the Night, The Magic Flute (Brigham Young University)

John Keene


Hometown: Lancaster, PA
Seattle Opera Debut: Chorusmaster, Fidelio (’12)
Recently: Conductor, As One (Seattle Opera); Chorusmaster, Rigoletto (Seattle Opera); Assistant Conductor, Der Ring des Nibelungen (Seattle Opera)
Upcoming: Chorusmaster, Cinderella and Eugene Onegin (Seattle Opera); Judge, Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions

Last Updated: September 2019

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