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Wagner, Das Rheingold (Nashville Opera, 2022)

Renee Tatum (Fricka) and Lester Lynch (Wotan). Photo Credit: Anthony Popolo. The realm of the gods brought further luminaries with the introduction of mezzo-soprano Renee Tatum’s deliciously sung Fricka. Having put us on notice last November through her starry portrayal of Cornelia in The Atlanta Opera’s

Berg, Wozzeck (The Boston Symphony Orchestra, March 2022)

Renée Tatum as Margret at Carnegie Hall Renée Tatum made a deliciously dishy Margret, savouring her Swabia song.Oberon's Grove Margret, mezzo-soprano Renée Tatum brought mocking steel to her character’s bitchy Act 1 exchanges with Marie, while her pivotal third act reappearance was electrically charged.Jonathan Blumhofer, Boston Classical Review Renée Tatum

Handel, Giulio Cesare (The Atlanta Opera, 2021)

Renee Tatum as Cornelia, Jasmine Habersham as Cleopatra and Elizabeth Sarian as Nireno. (Photography by Ken Howard) Renée Tatum summoned all attention with Cornelia’s initial aria, “Priva son d’ogni conforto” and mesmerized throughout the night with her splendid singing. Her duets with Sesto, sung by Megan

Van Gogh’s Ear (2018)

There is a special excitement in hearing her winged, large, flexible voice in the contained setting of the Irene Diamond space at Signature Center.

Boston Lyric Opera Feature (2017)

Hey, Renée! Meet Jenny of The Threepenny Opera We had the pleasure of talking to Renée Tatum who will be playing Jenny in Boston Lyric Opera's upcoming production of Kurt Weill's The Threepenny Opera. Renée also gave an exclusive performance for the BLO Orfeo Society. Read the interview and watch the