Emily D’Angelo

Mezzo-Soprano

Biography

A 2020 Lincoln Center Emerging Artist, Canadian-Italian mezzo-soprano Emily D’Angelo is the first and only vocalist to have been presented with the Leonard Bernstein Award from the Schleswig Holstein Festival.  D’Angelo made her stage debut as Cherubino in Le nozze di Figaro at the Spoleto Festival dei Due Mondi, where she was honoured with the 2016 Monini Prize. 

Contact

Judith Neuhoff
Managing Director

+49 30 52007 1762
Klara Maria Taube
Associate Artist Manager

+49 30 52007 1759

News

Emily D’Angelo: La Clemenza di Tito & Recital at Ravinia Festival

Emily D'Angelo returns to Ravinia Festival this August to star as Sesto in the houses' production of La Clemenza di Tito. James Colon conducts the Chicago Symphony Orchestra with performances on August 12 & 14.
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Emily D’Angelo: La Clemenza di Tito & Recital at Ravinia Festival

Emily D'Angelo returns to Ravinia Festival this August to star as Sesto in the houses' production of La Clemenza di Tito. James Colon conducts the Chicago Symphony Orchestra with performances on August 12 & 14. The mezzo-soprano further presents a piano recital alongside pianist Kevin Murphy on August 17 with pieces from her Deutsche Grammophon debut album enargeia and late romantics of Clara Schumann and Fanny Mendelssohn.
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Emily D’Angelo: Orfeo and Euridice at Festival D’Aix en Provence

Mezzo-Soprano Emily D'Angelo presents her last role debut this season as Orphée in Gluck's acclaimed opera Orfeo and Euridice at Festival D'Aix en Provence on 21st July 2022. The production is conducted by Raphaël Pichon in a new concert version.
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Videos

Plácido Domingo's Operalia 2018 - Emily D'Angelo (1st Prize)
NEUE STIMMEN 2017 - Semifinal: Emily D'Angelo sings "Una voce poco fa", Il Barbiere di Siviglia
NEUE STIMMEN 2017 - Final: Emily D'Angelo sings "Dopo notte", Ariodante