Victoria Livengood | Opera's Dixie Diva
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Herodias in Salome (The Utah Opera)
Victoria Livengood
Katisha in the Mikado (Hawaii Opera Theater)
Victoria Livengood
The Fortune Teller in Arabella (The Metropolitan Opera)
Victoria Livengood
Madame Flora in The Medium (L'Opera de Monte Carlo)
Victoria Livengood
The Marquise in La Fille du Regiment (The Liceu in Barcelona)
Victoria Livengood
Sarelda in The Inspector (Boston Lyric Opera)
Victoria Livengood
Marcellina in The Marriage of Figaro (Washington National Opera)
Victoria Livengood
Eunice in A Streetcar Named Desire (LA Opera)
Victoria Livengood
Azucena in Il Trovatore (Portland Opera)
Victoria Livengood
The Old Prioress in Dialogues of the Carmelites (Fort Worth Opera)
Victoria Livengood
The Old Lady in The Passenger (Houston Grand Opera)
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Adelaide in Arabella (Santa Fe Opera)
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Julia Child in Bon Appetit (Buck Hill Skytop Music Festival)

Ghosts of Versailles

LA Opera - Ghosts of Versailles
Victoria backstage at the LA Opera preparing for her role as The Lady with the Hat/Duchess in "Ghosts of Versailles".
2015-16 Season Includes North Carolina Opera, The Atlanta Opera, Hawaii Opera Theater and Coastal Symphony of Georgia Debut
Victoria's 2015-16 season includes return engagements to North Carolina Opera, The Atlanta Opera and Hawaii Opera Theater, as well as a debut with the Coastal Symphony of Georgia. She adds the new G&S role of Ruth to her repertoire and revisits a favorite role as Azucena in Il Trovatore for Hawaii.

Meet The Dixie Diva

Welcome to the official website for Victoria Livengood, a Grammy-nominated Metropolitan Opera star who is better known by her family and friends as the Dixie Diva. The internationally renowned mezzo-soprano's artistry has been hailed by audiences and critics worldwide for her multifaceted and powerhouse performances in a remarkably varied repertoire.

Latest Rave Reviews

Mezzo Victoria Livengood - the only cast member who had previously sung her role - imbued Salome's manipulative mother, Herodias, with equal portions of imperiousness and sleaze.
-- Opera News Magazine
The cast is flawless. The other female prisoners are given fleshed-out distinctive roles. Standouts include Victoria Livengood as Old Woman.
-- The New York Times

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Thomasville's Livengood to make her Greensboro Opera debut
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The Reinvention of the Dixie Diva: Victoria Livengood Thrives In Act II of Her Career
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"Mary Did You Know" from North Carolina Now
"O Holy Night" from North Carolina Now

International Accolades

Victoria's unforgettable performances have enchanted critics to label her "the ideal Carmen of our time" and "one of the leading singer-actresses of her generation."

The New York Times called her
"naturally seductive and vocally alluring."

Opera News magazine raved that
"her singing and acting radiate intensity."

The Italian press proclaimed that
"the power of her voice could straighten the Tower of Pisa!"

Boston's Phoenix Magazine described her
"riveting and commanding Dalila as a cross between Theda Bara and Joan Crawford and her incomparable phrasing and warmth as reminiscent of Maria Callas's recordings."

Carmen Dalila Marina Azucena Marquise Giulietta The Medium
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