[gn_frame align=”left”][/gn_frame]A talented singer and actress in both dramatic and comic roles, soprano Victoria Tralongo has appeared with opera companies and orchestras throughout the United States and Italy. Her wide range of performed roles include Gioconda, Nedda, Floria Tosca, Cio-Cio San, Fiordiligi, Mimi, The Countess, Santuzza, Magda Sorel, Hanna Glawari, and Blanche de la Forte.
The Tribune newspaper of Phoenix, Arizona, described Ms. Tralongo as having a “voice like liquid silver.” OperaOnline.us noted her “demonstrated superb control,” and described her as a “pleasant and strong soprano with equal comfort in her acting.” Opera News reviewed Ms. Tralongo’s “fine, well-vocalized performance,” and The Italian Voice and Italian Tribune said that with “her glorious voice and acting, she enters the pantheon reserved for the chosen few.”
Recently, Ms. Tralongo has been seen in performances with Hartford Opera Theater, Hudson Opera Theater, Hubbard Hall Opera Theater, New Jersey State Opera, and Center Stage Opera. She also has performed with Riverside Opera, Opera in the Heights, New York Opera Productions, Chelsea Opera, and Regina Opera. She is an active recitalist and church soloist in the New York area.
Ms. Tralongo has been a regional winner of the San Francisco Opera’s Merola auditions and the National Society of Arts and Letters Vocal Competition, and she received the Arturo Coppola Memorial Award from The Bel Canto Vocal Scholarship Competition. She received her bachelor’s degree in Vocal Performance from The Oberlin Conservatory of Music and did her graduate studies at Arizona State University.