A versatile performer, Miran has appeared in operas, concerts, musical theatre, plays, and oratorios while performing in NYC's most prestigious venues from Carnegie Hall to Lincoln Center and Symphony Space.
Highlights include: Zerbinetta in Ariadne auf Naxos with Manhattan Opera Studio, her Gilbert and Sullivan debut as Mabel in the Pirates of Penzance with Troupers Light Opera, and the opportunity to premier several new works by contemporary composers in Underworld Production Opera's annual CrossCURRENT concert.
Classicallite.com praised Miran's "sweet slender soprano" in the role of Procne (Voice of a Future Nightingale - Justine F. Chen) and "trippingly delivered harmonies" as part of the Trio (Trouble in Tahiti - Leonard Bernstein) in UPO's production of "TROUBLEfuturesongs." Operametro.com had this to say: "The strengths of this Iolanthe lie in the performances themselves. Miran Robarts, always vocally solid, is looser and much more feisty as Phyllis than the role of Mabel...Her hissy fit at the end of Act I was a real jolt, a rant voiced high, loudly and clearly."
Miran can be heard in productions throughout NYC and Westchester. She currently studies with Metropolitan Opera mezzo-soprano Shirley Love and international opera star Victoria Livengood.
Photo credit: Richard Blinkoff