Marlen Nahhas
(She/Her) This season, Mexican-Lebanese-American soprano Marlen Nahhas makes debuts with Chattanooga Symphony & Opera in La bohème (Musetta), Opera San José in the Bay Area premiere of Daniel Catán’s Florencia en el Amazonas (Florencia), and Eureka Chamber Music for A Taste of México. Last season she made debuts with the American Symphony Orchestra in Daphne (Erste Magd) and El Paso Opera in La traviata (Violetta). Other recent appearances include Detroit Opera for Frida (Cristina Kahlo) and La bohème (Mimì), and Seiji Ozawa Matsumoto Festival for Le nozze di Figaro (Contessa cover). 
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Marlen Nahhas

Mexican-Lebanese soprano Marlen Nahhas is currently a Cafritz Young Artist with Washington National Opera. Praised for her “impassioned soprano” (San Francisco Chronicle), upcoming engagements include singing Mimì in La bohème at Washington National Opera. Highlights of her time as a Cafritz Young Artist include Pamina in The Magic Flute, Violetta in La traviata (under the direction of Francesca Zambello), Flamingo in Jeanine Tesori’s The Lion, The Unicorn and Me, Queer Kid in the world premiere of Kamala Sankaram’s Taking Up Serpents, a Concert of Comedic Masterpieces under the baton of Maestro Joseph Colaneri, and Foreign Woman in The Consul.