“Victoria Fox displayed a rich mezzo-soprano and great comedic flair.” – Pittsburgh in the Round
Victoria J. Fox is a mezzo-soprano communicator and connector who strives to breathe life and authenticity into every performance. A champion of contemporary music, Victoria has premiered operatic, concert, and chamber works by celebrated composers including Julia Adolphe, Donald Crockett, Veronika Krausas, Jordan Nelson and Sarah Gibson. Victoria ferociously chopped carrots and sang of a housewife’s woes in the world premiere of the critically acclaimed opera HOPSCOTCH with The Industry in Los Angeles. She created the role of The Word in Gilda Lyon’s eco-opera, A New Kind of Fallout based on the life and work of Rachel Carson with Opera Theatre Pittsburgh. She has performed new works around the country through Opera America’s New Opera Showcase, Aspen Contemporary Music Ensemble, Thornton Edge, and the LA Phil’s Green Umbrella Series.
In addition to creating new roles, Victoria enjoys diving into opera’s great tradition of repertoire characters. Victoria studied and performed the role of Meg in Verdi’s Falstaff under the tutelage of Martina Arroyo in Ms. Arroyo’s Prelude to Performance program in New York City. Victoria then donned her britches and performed the role of Ottone in L’Incoronazione di Poppea with Aspen Opera Theater Center. Other roles performed include Carmen, Berta in Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Dorabella in Cosi