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Biography

In a few words...

The young soprano Sónia Grané has recently had her debut at Teatro alla Scala in the world première of Sciarrino’s Ti vedo, ti sento, mi perdo, conducted by Maxime Pascal and directed by Jüngen Flimm.

In December 2017 Sónia debuted as Königin der Nach (Die Zauberflöte) in Berlin’s Staatsoper Unter den Linden.

Sónia has also taken part in the renowned Bregenzer Festspiele - in 2015 as Despina (Cosi fan tutte) and in 2017 as Frasquita (Carmen) in an openair production of Kasper Holten.

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Calendar

Next performances

 

28 March 2019 - Seoul Arts Center, Korea National Opera

Die Zauberflöte

29 March 2019 - Seoul Arts Center, Korea National Opera

Die Zauberflöte

30 March 2019 - Seoul Arts Center, Korea National Opera

Die Zauberflöte

31 March 2019 - Seoul Arts Center, Korea National Opera

Die Zauberflöte

 
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Contact

 

Opernagentur Winfried Hofinger

Ehem. Inge Tennigkeit
Friedrich-Lau-Str. 20, 40474 Düsseldorf
opera@hofinger-agentur.de

+49 211 516006 14

 


 
 
 
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The most impressive performances, however, belonged to the siblings. The young Portuguese soprano Sónia Grané, a member of the Staatsoper’s International Opera Studio, sang Flora with surprising force and agility. This was Grané’s first leading part at the Staatsoper (she’s made a bright impression in smaller roles, such as the Shepard inTannhäuser) and she attacked the role with a mischievous mix of innocence and impishness. 
— Opera News
 
 
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