Emily D’Angelo



Hailed by the New York Times as „one of the world’s special young singers,” Emily D’Angelo has continued her meteoric rise and firmly established herself as one of the most exciting and critically acclaimed artists of her generation. Called „wondrous and powerful“ by The NY Times for her recent US recital debut, the mezzo-soprano is the first and only vocalist to have been presented with the Leonard Bernstein Award from the Schleswig Holstein Festival.


Judith Neuhoff
Managing Director

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Klara Maria Taube
Artist Manager

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Emily D’Angelo: Mozart Requiem at the Salzburg Festival

Mezzo-soprano Emily D'Angelo returns to Salzburg this summer to give her festival debut with the Mozart Requiem. Manfred Honeck will take on the musical direction of the Camerata Salzburg. The concert takes place at the renowned Salzburg Festspielhaus on 24 July with further soloists being Ying Fang, Bogdan Volkov and William Thomas.

Emily D’Angelo: Semele at the Bavarian Stateopera in Munich

The Munich Opera Festival 2023 celebrates the premiere of Händel's Semele in a new prodcution by Claus Guth. Mezzo-soprano Emily D'Angelo performs her role debut of Juno under the musical lead of Gianluca Capuano. Performances take place on July 15, 18, 20, 22 and 25.

Emily D’Angelo and Olga Kulchynska: Ariodante at Paris Opera

Olga Kulchynska and Emily D'Angelo make their eagerly anticipated role debuts as Ginevra and Ariodante in a new production of Ariodante at Paris Opera. Handel's masterpiece is staged by Robert Carsen and conducted by renowned baroque specialist Harry Bicket. The performances can be seen on April 20, 23, 30 and May 2, 7, 9, 11, 14, 16, 18 & 20.



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