International & Upcoming


014Internationally acclaimed mezzo-soprano MaryAnn McCormick has been hailed in the press as “charismatic”, “spell-binding”,and “elegant”. Her international credits include Isabella in L’italiana in Algeri at La Scala, Azucena in Il trovatore at the Teatro Regio Torino, and First Maid in Elektra with Christoph von Dohnanyi at the Opéra National de Paris.  She has also performed Maddalena in Rigoletto under Daniele Gatti at the Teatro Comunale di Bologna and with Seattle Opera and Gluck’s Alceste under Bruno Bartoletti at the Teatro Regio di Parma. Her recent accomplishments include performances as”Carmen” with Theater St. Gallen, Switzerland of which the critics wrote “She acts and sings a wonderful Carmen” a role she has also performed with Teatro dell’Opera di Roma, Teatro Regio di Torino and the Staatsoper Stuttgart among others. MaryAnn returned to the Metropolitan Opera in their 2011 season to sing the role of Grimgerde in their new production of Die Walküre which was broadcast in HD in theaters internationally.

This production part of the complete Ring Cycle was recently released on DVD and also won the 2012 Grammy award for Best Classical Album. In recent seasons she made debuts with both Teatro la Fenice in Die Walküre conducted byJeffrey Tate and Teatro dell’Opera di Roma as “Priyamvada” in Alfano’s Sakuntala. She can be heard as Tigrana in Puccini’sEdgar in a recording with the Orchestre National de France led by Yoël Levi.  MaryAnn sang Suzuki in Madama Butterfly with Opera Colorado, the role of Nefertiti in Phillip Glass’Akhnaten with the Atlanta Opera, and performances of Das Lied Von der Erde with the Orchestra Verdi in Milan; a piece she has also performed with the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia to standing ovations.  She also created the roles of Grandma Josephine and Mrs. Teavee for the world premiere of Peter Ash’s “The Golden Ticket” with the Opera Theater of St. Louis, based on the book “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”.

Recent engagements include Mahler Symphony no. 2 “Resurrection” with the Spokane Symphony for which the press wrote “We were all so fortunate that the voice we heard was McCormick’s”.  MaryAnn returned to the Metropolitan Opera this season to sing again in their production of Die Walküre and as Soeur Mathilde in their critically acclaimed production of Dialogues of the Carmelites. Upcoming engagements including Act III of Die Walküre at the Tanglewood festival this July with the Boston Symphony, performances as Suzuki in Madama Butterfly at Lyric Opera of Chicago during their 2013-14 season, and in the North American premiere of Huang Ruo’s opera Dr. Sun Yat-Sen, sung in Chinese, for Santa Fe Opera’s 2014 season.