“Isabella” in L’italiana in Algeri with Tulsa Opera and “Meg Page” in Falstaff with The Maryland Lyric Opera


Allegra De Vita was recently seen as “Isabella” in L’italiana in Algeri with Tulsa Opera and as “Meg Page” in Falstaff with The Maryland Lyric Opera.

She has also performed “Maddalena” in Rigoletto with Tulsa Opera, as “Angelina” in La Cenerentola at Dayton Opera, “The Page” in Salome at The Spoleto Festival, “Siebel” in Faust at Washington National Opera, the title role in Carmen with the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, “Tancredi” in Erminia with Opera Lafayette, “Agrippina” in Fall of Lehman Brothers with Ballet-Opera-Pantomime in Montreal, “Olga” in Eugene Onegin with Syracuse Opera, and “Isaura” while understudying “Tancredi” in Tancredi with Opera Philadelphia. Ms. De Vita spent three summers at the Glimmerglass Festival performing the roles of “Pippo” in La Gazza Ladra, “Fulvio” in Cato in Utica, and “Arsamenes” in Xerxes.

As a 2018 graduate from the Washington National Opera’s Cafritz Young Artist Program, Ms. De Vita was seen as “Rosina” in The Barber of Seville,  “Tebaldo” in Don Carlo, “Ruggiero” in Alcina, the title role in The Dictator’s Wife, “Cherubino” in Le Nozze di Figaro, and “Kate Pinkerton” in Madame Butterfly. 

Ms. De Vita was a 2015 Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions Grand Finalist and can be heard on the Grammy Award winning CD of Wozzeck conducted by Hans Graf with the Houston Symphony. She was a resident artist at the Academy of Vocal Arts in Philadelphia, where she performed the roles of “Charlotte” in Werther and “Zerlina” in Don Giovanni. Ms. De Vita holds a master’s degree in voice from Rice University studying with Dr. Stephen King, and a BA Magna cum Laude in biology with a neuroscience concentration from Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut.