Sylvia D’Eramo



A graduate of the Yale School of Music, lyric soprano Sylvia D’Eramo has recently completed her final season as a member of the Metropolitan Opera Lindemann Young Artist Development Program. Despite her youth, D’Eramo has already made mainstage debuts at the Metropolitan Opera, The Santa Fe Opera, Palm Beach Opera, Lyric Opera of Kansas City, and The Philadelphia Orchestra, among others. Her voice is lauded for its “purity of timbre, the brilliance of its highs and the powerful lyricism of its line…sonorous nuances that give way to sumptuously ethereal pianissimi” (Olyrix).


Judith Neuhoff
Managing Director

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Francesca Condeluci
Associate Director, North America

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Liliia Salpeter
Artist Manager

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Maria Meshcherinova
Managerial Assistant

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Jonathan Tetelman and Sylvia D’Eramo: Puccini concert in Prague

The tenor Jonathan Tetelman together with the soprano Sylvia D'Eramo perform Puccini's most famous arias and duets at a concert in Prague on January 23, 2024. Conducted by Rastislav Štúr and accompanied by PKF – Prague Philharmonia, the concert takes place at the prestigious Rudolfinum Dvořák Hall.

Sylvia D’Eramo: Christmas And New Year’s Concerts in Slovenia

Soprano Sylvia D'Eramo performs a beautiful programme of arias and duets by Puccini, Verdi and Bizet at the Slovene National Theatre Maribor on December 22 and Cankarjev dom in Ljubljana on December 27. The soprano goes on stage alongside tenor Martin Sušnik and the SNG Maribor Symphony Orchestra conducted by Simon Krečič.

Sylvia D’Eramo: World premiere of Lili Elbe at the Theater St. Gallen

Sylvia D'Eramo performs at the Theater St. Gallen singing the role of Gerda Wegener in Lili Elbe, a world premiere by Grammy Award-winning American composer Tobias Picker and librettist Aryeh Lev Stollman. It is based on a true story of Lili Elbe, an artist born as Einar Wegener who was married to the painter Gerda Wegener and had one of the first gender reassignment surgeries performed in the 1930s. Sylvia D'Eramo can be seen on stage on October 22 and 29 as well as November 2, 5, 11 and 17, 2023, under the musical direction of renowned conductor Modestas Pitrenas.