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View video footage of Kellie's performances, including links to full production videos through IU Opera Theatre, as well as promotional and performance photos. 

Video

LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR

IU Opera Theater

February & March 2018

I.  Regnava nel silenzio

II.  Il dolce suono... Ardon gli incensi... Spargi d'amaro pianto

Gary Thor Wedow, conductor.

Jose Maria Condemi, director.

LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR

 

LA FILLE DU RÉGIMENT

IU Opera Theater

September 2016

I.  Chacun le sait

II.  Il faut partir

III.  Le jour naissait dans le bocage

Marzio Conti, conductor.

Michael Shell, director.

LA FILLE DU RÉGIMENT

Audio

OF RADIANCE & REFRACTION

Innova Recordings

Released 2018

Kellie appears as a featured soloist in NOTUS: Contemporary Ensemble's critically-acclaimed debut album, Of Radiance & Refraction. Led by conductor Dominick DiOrio, the album features the world premiere recording of John Gibson's In Flight for choir, soloists, and electronics.

"Gibson’s setting is evocative and expressive. In the first part, describing the dream, the excellent soprano soloist Kellie Motter floats ecstatically above a carpet of choral sound."

FANFARE MAGAZINE

Gallery

"Soprano Kellie Motter portrayed Lucia, [who] plied the stage like an actress and singer born to the role. She was quite wonderful. Vocally, she vanquished all the Olympian feats Donizetti put with obvious relish into the score. As stage figure she was frail, innocent, frustrated, angry, demented. She was gymnastically limber, athletically swift running up and down stairs and jumping up and down tables. She was fearless, bending dramatically backward to fall in spiral swoon into another performer’s arms. And from start to finish, she sang with moving, involved expression.”

BLOOMINGTON HERALD-TIMES

"A lovely quality, easy production, good balance between bright and dark... this is a first-class and sophisticated voice. 'The Silver Aria' has a beautiful quality— such control... What is impressive is that the character of Baby Doe is there from the beginning— the singing is 'in the moment' of the dramatic situation at all times."

THE AMERICAN PRIZE

PRODUCTION PHOTOS

PROMOTIONAL PHOTOS