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Debut recital tour in Scandinavia

This month, Angela Brower makes her greatly anticipated Scandinavian debut performing several recitals with Swedish pianist Andreas Landegren in Sweden and Denmark. Ms. Brower has chosen a special multifaceted program that reflects her story, roots, and ancestors, including American and Quaker songs and songs by Copland. The program will also feature…

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Les Contes d’Hoffmann at Staatsoper Hamburg

“Angela Brower es una estupenda mezzo que encarnó con brillantez el doble papel de La Musa y Niclausse, el amigo y salvador muchas veces del alocado Hoffmann. Su actuación fue de gran nivel, demostrando ser además una consumada actriz. Uno de los mejores momentos musicales lo protagonizó ella con esa…

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Clemenza di Tito at the Royal Opera House

“Probably the best piece of casting was Angela Brower as Annio, with just the right amount of personality in her voice and ability to deliver things with palpitating urgency; she shaped ‘Torna di Tito a alto’ with a find sense of line.” British journal

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New production of Offenbach’s ‘Les Contes d’Hoffmann’ at Staatsoper Hamburg

Angela Brower begins the 2021/22 season performing her signature roles of The Muse and Nicklausse in a new production of Offenbach’s Les Contes d’Hoffmann at Staatsoper Hamburg. Featuring a new production by Daniele Finzi Pasca – the director of the acclaimed Cirque du Soleil production Corteo – performances will take place…

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Upcoming tour of Scandinavia

This fall, Angela Brower will embark on a tour of several Scandinavian cities, starting with Gothenburg on October 1, and then going on to Odense on October 6, Malmö on October 8, Copenhagen on October 9, and Stockholm on October 15 and 16. Attendance is free but you must get…

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La Clemenza di Tito in London

Angela Brower stars as Annio at the Royal Opera House on May 17, 19, 21 and 23. Joining her are Edgaras Montvidas as Tito, Nicole Chevalier as Vitellia, Emily D’Angelo as Sesto and Christina Gansch as Servilia. Mark Wigglesworth conducts the Richard Jones production.

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