Opera News called Fenlon Lamb “moving and convincing” and Seen and Heard International complemented her “well-honed theatrical sensibility.” Ms. Lamb brings these qualities of experience and perspective as an
outstanding singing actress to her work as a stage director. Currently, Ms. Lamb is the Director of Opera and Vocal Programming at Bar Harbor Music Festival where she has designed and directed engaging productions of Carmen, L’Elisir d’Amore, Madama Buttrfly and Il Barbiere di Siviglia. She was the Resident Assistant Director for Seattle Opera which included productions of Attila, Orphée et Euridice, Don Pasquale, Madama Butterfly and Turandot. Recently, she was Assistant Director to Bernard Uzan for his production of La Voix Humaine/Pagliacci at Opera Cleveland. She directed La Traviata at Toledo Opera and joined the artistic team of Faust at Arizona Opera as Assistant Director. Ms. Lamb was the Director of Opera for Kent State University and the Resident Director for Cleveland Opera on Tour. Upcoming, she makes her company debut with Orlando Philharmonic directing Le Nozze di Figaro and joins Palm Beach Opera assisting on productions of La Traviata, La Cenerentola and Salome while directing Iphigénie en Tauride. She will be Associate Director for Les pêcheurs du perles at Opera Carolina and remounts Bernard Uzan’s Faust at Austin Lyric Opera.