one of opera's outstanding up and coming stars, Barbara Divis has performed
over thirty roles in her young career. With her acclaimed versatile
range at her disposal, Barbara is known particularly for roles that
demonstrate her captivating lyric soprano voice through an impressive
lower range. Having performed in operas ranging from the Baroque of
Romilda in Handel's Xerxes, to the modern of Carlisle Floyd's
Of Mice and Men, and Anne Trulove in Stravinsky's The Rake's
Progress, she constantly demonstrates her remarkable vocal flexibility.
rave reviews, Barbara is highly regarded in the world of opera for her
roles such as Violetta in La Traviata, MicaŽla in Carmen,
Tatyana in Eugene OŮegin, Marguerite in Faust, Nedda in
Pagliacci, and Mimž in La BohÍme. Highlighting her career
have been performances with opera companies in San Diego, San Jose,
Santa Barbara, Nevada, Tacoma, Austin, Arizona, and West Bay Opera.
For her concert appearances, Barbara has been the featured soloist in
San Diego, San Jose, Fort Worth, and the Sinonica Mineria of Mexico
City. With such demonstrated talent, she is set to make her mark in
the realms of operatic performances throughout the world.