Beloved by critics and audiences alike, american soprano Ellie Dehn has shared her exceptional skills with many of the world's finest opera houses and orchestras, including the Metropolitan Opera, Teatro alla Scala, Royal Opera House, Bayerische Staatsoper, San Francisco Opera, Los Angeles Opera, Houston Grand Opera, San Diego Opera, Santa Fe Opera, Santa Cecilia, and the opera houses of Geneva, Rome, and Bologna. Hailed for her versatility, she revels in productions and oratorio work encompassing an exceptionally broad repertoire, and she has emerged as a specialist in works by Mozart.

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THE Birth of a new Arabella

Conversations with Matthew Shilvock
Last week, we were privileged to witness a number of artists taking on new roles in Strauss’ exquisitely romantic opera, Arabella. Soaring into the stratosphere with the role for her very first time was Ellie Dehn, the American soprano who has already brought roles from Donna Anna to Fiordiligi to the Countess to Musetta to Manon alive on our stage…



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The equivalent of the orchestral splendor on stage came from Ellie Dehn in the title role. The beauty of her voice, at its optimum now, combined with a stage presence that gave us a believable Manon — she met a tough challenge, rarely accomplished because the character has such great range, from a naive, silly girl on her way (reluctantly) to the convent, to a lover, a temptress, and finally the victim
— Janos Gereben, Opera West