Lisette Oropesa is celebrated at all opera houses in the world because she always reveals the deepest layers of her female roles through lightness and elegance. The portrait of a musician infatuated with Mozart.
“I love Mozart, he is my favorite composer.” She would never trust someone who didn’t like Mozart. As she says it, Lisette Oropesa, the singer looks like a silent film star of the 1920s, twists her black-lined eyes. Mozart, Mozart, Mozart, that’s everything to her. Lisette Oropesa is always in a good mood, agile and exuberant. In the interview as well as on stage. Whenever she performs, audiences around the world go wild and cheer. Because she always sings easily and elegantly, acts enchantingly and miraculously conveys the deepest feelings of her female roles, regardless of whether they are Traviata, Pamina, Lucia, Ophélie, Elvira, Alcina or Juliette. She has just enraptured the audience at the Munich National Theater in Giuseppe Verdi’s “Masnadieri” as Amalia, a woman between two brothers, one of whom, her lover, stabs her.