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Jacqueline headlines at Washington National Opera and Palm Beach Opera
in performances of La Traviata


Jacqueline returns to the Kennedy Center in the 2018/19 season in the title role of Verdi's "La Traviata". Conducted by Renato Palumbo and directed by Francesca Zambello, performances run October 7-20.

Jacqueline reprises the role later in the season in her debut at Palm Beach Opera. Conducted by Antonello Allemandi and directed by Fabio Ceresa, performances run January 25-27.

For more information on Jacqueline's 2018/19 season, click here.

Jacqueline reprises the role of Micaela with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra and Music Director Ward Stare

Jacqueline Echols reprises the role of Micaela in a staged production of Bizet's "Carmen" at the Kodak Theater. Led by Music Director Ward Stare and played by the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, the production also featured Sandra Piques Eddy in the title role, Dinyar Vania as Don Jose, and Alexander Elliott as Escamillo.

Echols was astonishing. With an effortlessly pure and melodious timbre, her earnest and idealistic Micaela provided the compelling counterpoint to the impetuous and precarious Carmen. The piercing sweetness of Echols’s aria in Act III was show-stealing.
— Rochester City Newspaper