Pamela Hicks

Opera Vocals

Born: Fort Payne, AL

Source: Alabama Music Hall of Fame

Pamela Hicks, Voice, Opera Workshop


Soprano Pamela Hicks is co-director of the Opera Workshop and a lecturer in voice. Among many other attainments she is the winner of Licia Albanese Prize and a national winner of the New York Metropolitan Opera Auditions, and was praised for her performance in the German premiere of The Last Savage by Gian-Carlo Menotti, with the composer directing.

Ms. Hicks appears often with local organizations, most recently as Verdi's Lady Macbeth in North Bay Opera's Macbeth and as Anna Glavari in the San Francisco Lamplighter's production of The Merry Widow.

Pamela Hicks joined the CSUEB music faculty in the fall of 2007.





All of the singers in this cast come with strong credentials from regional opera companies and orchestras. All evidence excellent vocal and technical training. They differ in their acting abilities.

The women, led by soprano Pamela Hicks as Leonora and mezzo-soprano Zoila Muñoz as Azucena, deliver the most well-rounded performances. Both vocally and dramatically, they convincingly portray their characters. Hicks' Leonora, a wealthy young woman loved by two men who don't know they're brothers, is a good, loyal woman who would sacrifice her life for her beloved. Her performance growing stronger and more rewarding during the course of her demanding role, Hicks has a regal stage presence, excellent intonation throughout her wide range and generally fine technique except for an occasional scoop.




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