Gabriella Reyes

In 2020, Soprano Gabriella Reyes was chosen as one of WQGR's “20 For 20”: Artists To Watch for the Upcoming Year.

Highlights of the 2022–2023 season include Reyes’ return to Glyndebourne as Mimí (La bohéme) and her return to Lyric Opera of Chicago in Factotum. She made company debuts with Washington National Opera as Mimí (La bohéme) and with Detroit Opera as in Ainadamar (Margarita). In concert, Reyes appeared with San Francisco Symphony and Trondheim Symphony Orchestra in Beethoven’s Symphony no. 9.

A former member of the Metropolitan Opera's Lindemann Young Artist Development Program, Reyes returned to the Metropolitan Opera in the 2021–2022 season as Liu (Turandot) and Musetta (La bohéme). She made her Opéra National de Paris debut appearing as Cio-Cio-San (7 Deaths of Maria Callas) before debuting with Lyric Opera of Chicago as Rosalba (Florencia en el Amazonas), and with Glyndebourne as Mimí (La bohème). In concert, she appeared with LA Phil as Marzelline (Fidelio) and Musetta (La bohème) with Jacksonville Symphony.  

Highlights include the roles of Liù (Turandot), First Lady (The Magic Flute), Nella (Gianni Schicchi ) and the High Priestess (Aida) for the Metropolitan Opera. Reyes made her Santa Fe Opera debut in the summer of 2019 as Musetta (La bohème). Previous concert appearances include excerpts from The Magic Flute and Bachianas Brasileiras with LA Phil led by Gustavo Dudamel, appearances as a soloist with The New York Choral Society, and New Haven Symphony Orchestra in Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9. She appeared with Montclair Orchestra and David Chan in Behzad Ranjbaran’s Songs of Eternity and with New Jersey Symphony Orchestra in a Mozart program.