The Company


Erik Bagger, tenor

Artistic Chair

Young American full lyric tenor Erik Bagger has added over 40 roles to his repertoire, within the past decade in the New York opera scene. Some role highlights include Tamino, in Die Zauberflöte, Albert in Albert Herring, Alfredo in La Traviata, Rodolfo in La Bohème, and Ford in Salieri’s Falstaff. He has performed with The Martina Arroyo Foundation, Opera on Tap NYC, North Shore Music Festival, Bronx Opera, dell’Arte Opera Ensemble, Utopia Opera, Opera Noire of NY, OperaOggi NY, Apollo Opera, Buck Hill Skytop Music Festival, Intermezzo Opera Festival, International Lyric Academy of Rome, New Operafestival di Roma, LiedAustria, Wendy Taucher Dance Opera Theater, and Opera Ischia. He has received rave reviews from a number of international and regional publications. He holds a Masters of Music and Bachelors of Music, magna cum laude, from The Conservatory of Music of Brooklyn College. He maintains an active performance schedule of contemporary and standard operatic repertoire.


Victor Khodadad, tenor


Victor Khodadad has performance in regional houses such as Mississippi Opera, Connecticut Lyric Opera, Natchez Festival of Music and Amarillo Opera. His roles include Alfredo in “La Traviata” , Rodolfo in “La Bohème”, Roméo in “Roméo et Juliette”, Belmonte in “Die Entführung aus dem Serail”, Count Almaviva in “Il barbiere di Siviglia” and Nanki-poo in “The Mikado”. In concert, Mr. Khodadad has sung as a soloist with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra in a concert of “Der Rosenkavalier” excerpts conducted by Donald Runnicles, as a featured soloist at Avery Fisher Hall with National Chorale and as the Tenor Soloist in “Elijah” at Hot Springs Music Festival. Mr. Khodadad recently sang in the world premiere of “Bum Phillips: All-American Opera” by Peter Stopschinski and Kirk Lynn at LaMama in New York City, the challenging role of Mr. Ford in the New York premiere of Salieri’s opera “Falstaff”, Afredo in “La Traviata” with Taconic Opera and Ferrando in “Così fan tutte” for Geneva Light Opera.


Stan Lacy, baritone


Regarded for his richness of tone and infectious stage presence, Stan Lacy has made a name for himself on the stages of New York and the world in operas, concerts and recitals.

This season he premiered the role of Aeneas in Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas and this summer he returns to Dell’Arte opera company to offer his first Lescaut in Massenet’s Manon.

Recently, Stan's debut with Bronx Opera as Sid (Albert Herring) garnered praise as "handsome" and "hot-blooded," and was heralded as a "sensual" portrayal of a "working class ladies' man." Stan was also recently heard in the role of Tarquinius (Rape of Lucretia)with Utopia Opera of Manhattan, El Dancairo (Carmen) with State Repertory Opera of New Jersey, Betto (Gianni Schicchi) with Raylynmor Opera of New Hampshire, and Ping (Turandot) with Metro Chamber Orchestra of New York. At home in difficult, contemporary repertoire, Stan recently sang the part of Mittelstaedt in the American premiere of Nancy Van de Vate's All Quiet on the Western Front. He created the role of Remo in Haim Elisha's new serialist opera A Certain Quiet (2015). He sang Count Almaviva in Titus’ Rosina in that opera’s first revival in over thirty years for Dell’Arte Opera in NYC. His portrayal of Judge Danforth (The Crucible) helped to garner a first prize for DiCapo Opera on tour at the MezzoTV Opera festival in Szeged, Hungary. In concert with ensembles in New York and New Jersey, he has sung Elijah, Liebeslieder Walzer, and Messiah, as well as works of Vaughan-Williams, Howells, and Ariel Ramírez. Stan pursued graduate studies at the prestigious Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University, and graduated from Texas Tech University with a Bachelor of Music.


Alexandra Lang, soprano

Art Director & Production

Described as "a superb singing actress," soprano Alexandra Lang is rapidly gaining recognition for her musical integrity, distinct vocal color and versatility. A native of Atlanta, she currently resides in New York City. Her first Ariadne with New York’s Utopia Opera was described as “satisfyingly lush to the ears.” 

Ms. Lang has appeared with New Camerata Opera, New York Conductors Symphony, Utopia Opera, Cantanti Project, the Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra, New York Lyric Opera Theatre, and made her New York City debut as Donna Elvira in concert with the New York Opera Exchange Orchestra. She has enjoyed performances at the Boston Public Library, Fenway Park, Jordan Hall, the Dimenna Center for Classical Music, Bruno Walter Auditorium at Lincoln Center, and Carnegie’s Weill Recital Hall. 

In the summer of 2012 Alexandra joined Nevada Opera as a Resident Artist, performing the title role in Tom Cipullo’s Lucy in the Opera Shorts Showcase and Kristy in Christian McCleer’s children’s opera, House, for the Boys and Girls Club of America. In July of 2011, Ms. Lang was invited to sing the national anthem at Boston's historic Fenway Park, home of the Red Sox. While in Boston she also enjoyed many performances at Jordan Hall, singing Geraldine in Samuel Barber’s A Hand of Bridge, and appearing as the soprano soloist in Carl Nielsen’s Symphony No. 3 with the NEC Symphony under the baton of Maestro John Page. Ms. Lang made her operatic debut in 2009, singing the title role of Massenet’s Manon with Opera in the Ozarks in Eureka Springs, AR. 

Atlanta audiences had the chance to see her flex her comedic muscles as Ms. Hufstedler in the world premiere of Milton Grainger's Angry Birdsong at the Harrower Opera Workshop in the summer of 2013. While there she was chosen to perform in a master class given by the iconic mezzo-soprano, Frederica von Stade. Later that same summer Ms. Lang made her first appearance at New York City’s Dimmena Center for Classical Music, singing the role of Gerhilde in a concert performance of Wagner’s Die Walküre. In January of 2014 she joined Atlanta’s Peach State Opera on tour as Fiordiligi in Mozart’s sparkling comedy, Così fan tutte. That summer Alexandra performed the commanding role of Lady Billows in Benjamin Britten's Albert Herring at the NAPA Music Festival and in the spring of 2015 made her debut with New York City’s Cantanti Project, singing excerpts of Cendrillon on their Hits and Hidden Gems of Mozart & Massenet concert. In September of 2015 she made her New York Opera Forum debut as Chrysothemis in Richard Strauss’s Elektra at the Bruno Walter Auditorium at Lincoln Center and in January returned to the auditorium as Rosalinde in Johann Strauss’s comedic operetta: Die Fledermaus. 

The summer of 2016 included a concert at the Saint Gaudens National Historic Site in Cornish, NH to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the National Parks Service in July, and performing at the 5th Annual Traverse City Wine & Opera Festival in Michigan. In February of 2016, Ms. Lang was chosen to be a Performing Member of the Professional Women Singers Association in New York City. 

Alexandra is a resident soprano and co-founder of New York City’s New Camerata Opera. In addition to performing the role of Angèle Didier, she conceived and directed NCO’s premier mainstage production: The Count of Luxembourg and Other Tales: a Viennese pastiche. In April she will join Manhattan Opera Association as a soloist on their An Evening of Opera and Song Concert at the Bruno Walter Auditorium at Lincoln Center. In May Alexandra will head to Boston where she will cover Leonore in Beethoven’s Fidelio with the North End Music & Performing Arts Center, and in June she will return home to NYC where she will give her debut performance of Donna Anna in Mozart's Don Giovanni.


Scott Lindroth, baritone


Scott Lindroth, baritone, was recently praised as “sonorous” and “a highlight” by Opera News. His recent engagements include Marco in Gianni Schicci with North Shore Opera, and Sky Masterson in Guys & Dolls with The Muses.

In 2013, Mr. Lindroth was an Apprentice Artist with Sarasota Opera, joining the company for their performances of Les pêcheurs de perles, Of Mice and Men,Un Giorno di Regno and Turandot. He also portrayed the roles of Sharpless from Madame Butterfly and Marcello from La Bohème in their opera scenes programs. Mr. Lindroth was also Resident Artist with Dicapo Opera in New York City, where he performed the role of Belcore in L’elisir d’amore.

Mr. Lindroth’s other operatic roles include Valentin in Faust, Figaro in Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Harlequin in Ariadne auf Naxos, Masetto in Don Giovanni, Dancaïro in Carmen, Top in The Tender Land, Marcello in La Bohème, Malatesta in Don Pasquale, Papageno in Die Zauberflöte, Marco in Gianni Schicchi and Mandarin in Turandot.

In competition, Mr. Lindroth placed second in the Opera Theater of Connecticut Voice Competition, and was a finalist in the Lieder Division of the Liederkranz Vocal Competition, the 2014 Career Bridges Competition. and the 2014 American Opera Idol Competition. Mr. Lindroth holds a Master of Music degree from Manhattan School of Music and a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Michigan. He currently resides in New York City.


Eva Parr, mezzo-soprano

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Mezzo-soprano Eva Parr actively performs in operatic and sacred works throughout the New York area. Most recently Eva performed with The Bronx Opera as Tisbe in Rossini’s La Cenerentola, and with the Garden State Philharmonic as the alto soloist for Handel’s Messiah. Recent appearances include La Ciesca in Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi with The North Shore Music Festival, Dorabella in Mozart’s Così fan tutte with Opera Cooperative, and Countess Ceprano/Giovanna in Verdi’s Rigoletto with Opera Lirico d’Europa in Manchester, New Hampshire. Favorite past roles include Meg in Falstaff , Siebel in Faust, Jacqueline in Gonoud’s rarely performed Le Médecin Malgré Lui, Hansel in Hansel und Gretel, and Phoebe in Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Yeomen of the Guard. Eva is a student of tenor Scott Flaherty in Manhattan, and holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance from Oklahoma City University.


Barbara Porto, soprano


Barbara Porto is an American soprano who has been praised for her vocal clarity and engaging stage presence.  Most recently, Barbara performed the role of Oberto in Händel's Alcina with Cantanti Project and the Dorian Baroque Orchestra.  This past October, she "...brought out the campy fun" in Bernstein Remembered, a tribute concert to honor the late composer (New York Concert Review).  

In June 2015, Ms. Porto made her debut with The Fresh Squeezed Opera Company as Rose Cauley in the New York premiere of Bruce Trinkley's Baby Shower.  In February, FSO selected Barbara for a two-year residency.  Other operatic credits include Mademoiselle Silberklang, Zerlina, Barbarina, Crobyle (Thaïs), Servilia (La Clemenza di Tito), Anna Gomez (The Consul), and Giannetta (L'Elisir d'Amore). 

Equally committed to new music, Barbara made her debut with Brooklyn-based ensemble The Curiosity Cabinet this April, where she premiered Apart/ment by Rebekah Driscoll. She was also a Young Artist at the Institute & Festival For Contemporary Performance, performing works by Milton Babbitt, Cathy Berberian, and Luciano Berio.  Barbara holds a M.M. Performance degree from the Conservatory of Music at Brooklyn College, and is a student of Mark Schnaible.


Julia Tang, mezzo-soprano


Julia Tang, mezzo-soprano, continued her classical vocal training with Trish McCaffrey and Mark Schnaible in New York City after graduating from the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts. She holds Bachelor and Master degrees in Vocal Performance from the Conservatory of Music of Brooklyn College. Tang has also studied and performed with The National Opera Institute in Brooklyn, IIVA in Italy, Intermezzo Elardo Young Artist Program in Belgium, and New York Lyric Opera. 

Recently, Tang appeared as the alto soloist in Pergolesi’s Stabat mater with the Metro Chamber Orchestra. She is actively performing the works of composer Rebekah Driscoll, and other contemporary works. She has performed and recorded Driscoll's music with Ghostlight Choir, The Curiosity Cabinet in NYC, and the Hong Kong New Music Ensemble. 

Tang’s performance credits include the roles of Sorceress in Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas, Owl in Janacek’s Cunning Little Vixen, Eva in Martinu’s Comedy on the Bridge, Cherubino and Marcellina in Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro, La Suora Infermiera in Puccini’s Suor Angelica , Filipyevna in Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin, Dunyasha in Rimsky-Korsakov’s Tsar’s Bride, and Maman and Un patre in Ravel’s L'enfant. 

Ms. Tang has been a soloist and choir section leader in Residence at Union Church of Bay Ridge since 2011, where she performed numerous sacred works such as alto soloist in Handel's Messiah.