Margaret Lattimore

  • Grammy-nominated mezzo-soprano Margaret Lattimore has been praised for her “glorious instrument” and dubbed an “undisputed star…who has it all – looks, intelligence, musicianship, personality, technique, and a voice of bewitching amber color,” by the Boston Globe. While she began her career singing the florid works of Händel, Rossini, and Mozart, Ms. Lattimore recently expanded her repertoire to include the works of Mahler, Verdi and Wagner making her one of the most versatile mezzo-sopranos performing today. This season, Lattimore sings Mrs. Patrick DeRocher in Dead Man Walking at New Orleans Opera, Marcellina in Marcos Portugal’s The Marriage of Figaro with On-Site Opera, Bach’s B-minor Mass with Soli Deo Gloria under Maestro John Nelson, Beethoven’s 9th Symphony with Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional de Costa Rica and Bach Festival Society of Winter Park, Johnstown Symphony’s annual Opera Gala, and Verdi’s Requiem with Opera Grand Rapids and Bozeman Symphony Orchestra.  In future seasons, Ms. Lattimore will return to the Metropolitan Opera for several productions. After winning the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions at the age of 24, Margaret Lattimore became a member of the Metropolitan Opera Lindemann Young Artist Development Program. She made her Metropolitan Opera début as Dorotea in Stiffelio with Plácido Domingo and later appeared in the PBS Great Performances broadcasts of Stiffelio and Madama Butterfly. She would go on to sing many roles at the esteemed house including Meg Page in Falstaff and Jordan Baker in The Great Gatsby (both under the baton of the James Levine). 

  • Roles

  • The Marriage of Figaro
    (Marcellina )