Abigail Wright is a lyric mezzo soprano and actor whose excellent musicianship and dramatic skills are matched only by her captivatingly unique and desirable voice. With a richly diverse career, Abigail Wright was recently featured in director/photographer Sarah Small's Tableau Vivant as both a singer and model and continues her work in the creation of Ms. Small’s documentary on the same subject. In Washington state, Ms. Wright performed the role of Nellie in South Pacific and as the mezzo soprano soloist in Verdi’s Requiem. In Israel, she had the privilege of working with composer Mark Adamo while performing Meg in their country's premiere of Little Women. Other roles include Cheri in the film Wolfy’s Journey, Rosita in Don Cristóbal, Zerlina in Don Giovanni, Dorabella in Così fan tutte, Concepción in L'Heure Espagnole,Fidalma in Il Matrimonio Segreto and the Mezzo Soprano in Transformations.
Abigail Wright has participated in the Aspen Opera Theater, the International Vocal Arts Institute, and the Maryland Opera Studio and holds degrees from Westminster Choir College and The University of Maryland. She has also appeared in master classes with Joan Dornemann, Edward Berkeley, Marilyn Horne, Lauren Flanigan, and Charles Rieker. Singing in the extra chorus of the Metropolitan Opera, Ms.Wright moved to New York, where she continues to act, sing, and enjoy life.