Mary Beth Sederburg — Eugene Onegin’s Olga

Mary Beth Sederburg is not only the Artistic Director of Undercroft Opera, and the Producer of Eugene Onegin, she is also the magnificent Olga!


A former Resident Artist with the Pittsburgh Opera, Mezzo-Soprano Mary Beth Sederburg recently performed with the Pittsburgh Savoyards as Zita in Gianni Schicchi, OT Summerfest as Marcellina in The Marriage of Figaro, and the dual roles of Old Lady and Matron in the world premiere of Mercy Train by Douglas Levine with the Microscopic Opera Company. She happily returns to sing with Undercroft Opera this season. Ms. Sederburg has performed over 50 roles with various companies on the East Coast. Favorites include the title roles in Carmen and The Medium, and Amneris in Aida. She has led a multi-faceted career in music education, stage direction, vocal instruction, and as a collaborative pianist. Mary Beth is the Founder and Artistic Director of Undercroft Opera, a company in Pittsburgh that features local artists in traditional operatic productions. With the motto “Because everybody deserves an OPERAtunity!!”, the award-winning company just celebrated its 10th Anniversary Season this year with productions of Giulio Cesare and Don Giovanni. With Undercroft Opera and as an independent producer, Ms Sederburg has presented over 30 fully staged operas and looks forward to many more. Future productions this season include La Rondine, The Impresario, and Djamileh, in which she will sing the title role.

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