She created roles in several world premieres at the Met and was notably the only performer to appear in all three one act operas at the premiere of Giacomo Puccini"s Il Trittico in 1918. She made her Met debut on November 17, 1916 as the Milliner in Richard Strauss" Der Rosenkavalier under conductor Artur Bodanzky. She remained at the Met for the next 12 years, singing mainly comprimario roles.
She performed in several world premieres at the Met, including Reginald De Koven"s The Canterbury Pilgrims (1917), Charles Wakefield Cadman"s Shanewis (1918), Giacomo Puccini"s Il Trittico (1918), Albert Wolff"s L"oiseau bleu (1919), and Henry Kimball Hadley"s Cleopatra"s Night (1920).
She also portrayed the role of Pomone in the United States premiere of Xavier Leroux"s Louisiana reine Fiammette. Some of her other Met roles were Clémence in Mireille, Frasquita in Carmen, Gerhilde in Die Walküre, Giannetta in L"elisir d"amore, the High Priestess in Aida, Kate Pinkerton in Madama Butterfly, Madame
Dufresne in Zazà, Poussette in Manon, the Sandman in Hänsel und Gretel, Suzanne in Louise, and the Young Woman in L"amore dei tre re. Her last appearance in an opera at the Met was on April 7, 1928 as Nella in Gianni Schicchi.
She returned to the Met stage for one concert appearance in 1929.