Soprano Marina Rebeka Suggests Return to Metropolitan Opera

By Francisco Salazar

In a new interview with Opera Actual, soprano Marina Rebeka suggested that she was open to a return to the Metropolitan Opera.

The soprano told the Spanish outlet that she and Peter Gelb are currently in talks for future projects.

Rebeka made her Metropolitan Opera debut in 2011 in a production of “Don Giovanni.” She would go on to perform 43 times with in the company in productions of “La Traviata,” “La Bohème,” “Guillaume Tell,” and “Norma;” her last Met performances was on Oct. 20, 2017 in the Bellini opera.

The soprano also shared upcoming roles which will include “I vespri siciliani,” which she will perform at the Teatro alla Scala. She also revealed that she plans on singing Abigaille in “Nabucco” as well as “Adriana Lecouvreur.” The soprano also said that she was interested in Elisabetta in “Don Carlo,” “Lucrezia Borgia,” and “Médée” by Cherubini.

Finally, she said she wants to conclude the Tudor Trilogy of which she has already performed “Anna Bolena” and “Maria Stuarda.”