WHAT PEOPLE SAY

​“Fillmore, a remarkably clear and dynamic soprano”

The Baltimore Sun

 

Colorful Flowers
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ABOUT MOLLY

DESERET NEWS, SALT LAKE CITY

“Fillmore was radiant with her warm and vibrant soprano voice.”

Molly Fillmore has garnered international acclaim as both a soprano and mezzo-soprano and continues to successfully perform solo repertoire spanning both voice types.  She made her Metropolitan Opera debut as Helmwige in the Met’s newest, Grammy-winning production of Der Ring der Nibelungen, conducted by James Levine and directed by Robert Lepage.

EVENTS

DESERET NEWS, SALT LAKE CITY

“Fillmore was radiant with her warm and vibrant soprano voice.”

Molly Fillmore has garnered international acclaim as both a soprano and mezzo-soprano and continues to successfully perform solo repertoire spanning both voice types.  She made her Metropolitan Opera debut as Helmwige in the Met’s newest, Grammy-winning production of Der Ring der Nibelungen, conducted by James Levine and directed by Robert Lepage.
CHATTANOOGA TIMES FREE PRESS

“It is Molly Fillmore, however, who steals the show with two beautiful numbers…”

April TBD, 2022:  Tristan und Isolde with William Joyner as Tristan, Willem van Schalkwyk, piano
February 25, 2022: Role debut as Desdemona (Otello)with the UNT Symphony, live-streamed via music.unt.edu
September 7, 2021: Pictures of the Sea recital, live-streamed via music.unt.edu 
August 2021: Molly Fillmore will be releasing her first full-length recording, Cameos, with pianist Elvia Puccinelli. The recording contains music by composer Juliana Hall, including a song cycle set to poetry written by Molly, which was inspired by six American female visual artists. (more information under Projects). 
August 12-14, 2021: The Fillmore Studio presents Dido and Aeneas; Molly Fillmore, stage director/producer
May 30, 2021:  Master Class with students from the Zhejiang Conservatory, China

February 23, 2021: Solo appearance with UNT Wind Ensemble, Gustav Mahler's "Um Mitternacht"