. . .has been praised for her “dazzling upper register with pin-point control” and “her compelling coloratura, whose vocal fireworks are marked by accuracy and artistry.” Miss McIntyre made her professional debut as Amore in Gluck’s Orfeo last March alongside Anthony Roth Costanzo and Kiera Duffy at Brooklyn’s National Sawdust Theater with Maestro Matthew Aucoin at the podium. She spent her summer in San Francisco where she sang onstage at San Francisco Opera as a part of the Merola Opera Program under the batons of Maestro Rory
Macdonald and Maestro Eric Weimer. During the Merola program she performed excerpts from Blonde (Die Entführung auf dem Serail), Blanche (Dialogues des Carmélites), Zdenka (Arabella), Romilda (Serse), Adele (Die Fledermaus), and Comtessa Adele (Le Comte Ory); she also covered Despina in Merola’s production of Così fan tutte. She joined the roster at Tulsa Opera last fall to cover Leïla in Les pêcheurs de perles.
In New York she performed as a concert soloist and on the opera stage. Miss McIntyre most recently joined Maestro George Manahan to sing the Cuatro
Madrigales Amatorios of Rodrigo’s in concert with the Manhattan Chamber Sinfonia.
Last spring, in the American premiere of Ibert’s Persée et Andromède directed by James Robinson and conducted by the Metropolitan Opera’s Pierre Vallet, “McIntyre consume(d) the stage as Andromède …her lovely voice reaches high and low comfortably. The challenges of the role are not perceptible because McIntyre has thoroughly mastered difficulties and made them pleasures.” Miss McIntyre also performed Mater Gloriosa in Mahler’s 8 th Symphony with Kent Tritle and the Manhattan Oratorio Society at Saint John the Devine Cathedral. Additional operatic roles include Miss Wordsworth (Albert Herring), Die Königin der Nacht (Die Zauberflöte), La Fée (Cendrillon), Zerlina (Don Giovanni), Drusilla (L’incoronazione di Poppea), and Señora Grazia in the world premiere workshop of Roger Bourland’s The Dove and the Nightingale. At age 19, she sang Rose 1 in the west coast premiere of Jonathan Shafer’s Blood on the Dining Room Floor based on stories from the lives of Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas directed by Peter Kazaras. In the Clarke Library of Los Angeles Miss McIntyre sang as a soprano soloist in James Darrah’s staging of Handel’s L’Allegro, il penseroso, ed il moderato under the musical preparation and direction of Maestro Stephen Stubbs.
Upcoming performances include the Mozart Requiem with Signature Symphony, the role of Little Red in Little Red’s Most Unusual Day in Tulsa Opera’s outreach program.
Miss McIntyre earned bachelor’s degrees from University of California Los Angeles in Music and Psychology in 2014. In 2016 she earned a Masters Degree in Music at the Manhattan School of Music where she also won the Eisenberg-Fried Concerto Competition as well as first prize in the Alan M. and Joan Taub Ades Competition which gave her the opportunity to travel to Buenos Aires to sing a series of concerts at various venues including El Salon at the Teatro Colón.