"Among the able supporting cast, I was especially impressed by every phrase sung by Robyn Marie Lamp as Imogene's confidante. The voice is robust, easily produced, golden but warm rather than metallic. I'd love to hear how she'd surge through a bel canto cavatina.  Keep your ears peeled."
-John Yohalem, PARTERRE BOX


Robyn Marie Lamp is a powerful Florida-based soprano whose operatic and concert career is flourishing. “Soprano star quality,” “radiant pianissimos,” “silvery soprano timbre,” “supple delicacy of phrase,” and “bell-like high As, Bs and Cs out of some celestial sphere,” are just some of the ways critics describe her. In her recent performance of Verdi's Requiem, Lawrence Budman of South Florida Classical Review wrote, "Her high C over orchestra and chorus generated sparks, but her radiant pianissimos proved most distinctive. Lamp’s final prayer “deliver me” was the culmination of a deeply felt performance."

Her 2023–24 season will include the role of Donna Anna in Mozart's Don Giovanni with both Opera Tampa and Winter Opera St. Louis, as well as soloist in Considering Matthew Shepard with the Master Chorale of South Florida. Highlights of 2022–23 included the role of Mimì in Puccini’s La bohème with Opera in Williamsburg, Julia Child in Hoiby’s Bon Appétit! with First Coast Opera, and soprano soloist in Verdi’s Requiem with the Masterworks Chorus at Carnegie Hall as well as with the Master Chorale of South Florida. She was also a soprano soloist in Handel’s Messiah with the Palm Beach Symphony, an ensemble member of the GRAMMY-nominated vocal ensemble Seraphic Fire, and a featured soloist in galas for Opera Orlando, Opera Tampa, and Gulfshore Opera.

"Robyn Marie Lamp exhibited soprano star quality from her initial entrance to the solo that introduces the choral finale."


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Robyn Marie Lamp displayed a silvery soprano timbre and supple delicacy of phrase.

Robyn Marie Lamp, as Imogene’s confidante Adele, displayed an ample spinto soprano that suggested a bel canto diva in the making.

-Fred Cohn, OPERA NEWS
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