"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
Operatic soprano Robyn Marie Lamp’s performances are earning her recognition and roles from rare Bel Canto gems to well-known classics. Her voice has been described as “robust, easily produced, golden but warm rather than metallic.” In the summer of 2017, she sang the role of Adele, and covered Metropolitan Opera soprano Angela Meade’s Imogene, in Bellini’s rarely heard Il pirata at Caramoor’s Music Festival. Of her Adele, one reviewer wrote, “I was especially impressed by every phrase sung by Robyn Marie Lamp as Imogene's confidante. I'd love to hear
how she’d surge through a bel canto cavatina. Keep your ears peeled.” The 2019 - 2020 season will find Ms. Lamp appearing as Clotilde and covering the title role in Bellini’s Norma as a Boston Lyric Opera Emerging Artist and appearing as the soprano soloist in Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony with the South Florida Symphony Orchestra. She will also return to Gulfshore Opera to sing an all Puccini concert and in September 2019 can be seen portraying the title role in Puccini’s Suor Angelica with south Florida’s Opera Fusion.