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World leading mezzo-soprano, known for her versatility and diversity in operatic roles, her flexible voice, her interesting recital choice and willingness to take every kind of vocal challenge, Anne Sofie von Otter is one of the finest singers of her generation. With her wealth of recordings and numerous awards including four Grammys, she has been winning hearts of millions fans all around the world. Buy Anne Sofie von Otter tickets and enjoy internationally acclaimed best classical vocal performance.
Born in Stockholm Sweden in 1955, Anne Sofie Von Otter grew up in Stockholm, Bonn and London. After studying in Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, she started her professional career with Basel Opera. Her most prominent teacher was Vera Rozsa, while Geoffrey Parsons and Erik Werba also coached her. She made her operatic debut in 1983 in Haydn’s Orlando paladino in 1983. She also took several trousers parts including Hänsel in Humperdinck's Hänsel und Gretel, Cherubino in Mozart's Marriage of Figaro and Orpheus in Gluck's Orfée et Eurydice. She made her Royal Opera House Covent Garden début in 1985, her La Scala debut in 1987 and her Metropolitan Opera début as Cherubino in 1988.
Anen Sofie von Otter enjoys a notable success in roles of Handel, Mozart and Monteverdi. She is famous for presenting music of Brahms, Wolf, Sibelius, Mahler and Grieg with sheer brilliance. She collaborated with Deutsche Grammophon producing wealth of recordings. She also collaborated with pop icons Elvis Costello on For the Stars and with jazz pianist Brad Mehldau on her first recording with Naïve Label, Love Songs. Many of her other recordings have been done in collaboration with Swedish pianist Bengt Forsberg. She has also worked with Claudio Abbado, Myung-Whun Chung, William Christie, Marc Minkowski and John Eliot Gardiner. In 2007, she released an album of music written by composers imprisoned in Theresienstadt concentration camp before their transportation to death camp. She was highly praised for this project. Released in 2012, her recording of Sogno Barocco features duets with Cappella Mediterranea and Leonardo García-Alarcón and is a collection of Italian baroque arias, duets and scenes.
Anne Sofie von Otter has earned an International reputation as an exceptional Octavian. She has been giving widely renowned and critically acclaimed performances at Opéra national de Paris, Royal Opera House Covent Garden, the Wiener Staatsoper and Bayerische Staatsoper. Her seminal opera recordings include Handel’s Ariodante, Le nozze di Figaro under Levine, Ariadne auf Naxos under Giuseppe Sinopoli and Orfeo ed Euridice under John Eliot Gardiner. She has also appeared with New York Philharmonic, The Boston Symphony Orchestra, Royal Stockholm Philharmonic and Berliner Philharmoniker with Jonas Kaufmann.The diversity and uniqueness of her ever-increasing repertoire has established her stature as an international operatic force.
Anne has been recognized internationally for her talent and brilliance. She has won numerous accolades from all around the globe including four Grammys, for best classical performance of Mahler’s Des Knaben Wunderhorn in 1999, Best Opera Recording for Rake’s Progress in 1999, Best Classical Vocal Performance for Schubert: Lieder with Orchestra in 2003 and Best Orchestral Performance of Mahler: Symphony No. 3 in 2003. Her other awards include Recording Artist of the year by International Record Critics Association and a Diapason d’Or for recording of Swedish songs with Bengt Forsberg. In 2003, she was awarded a Rolf Schock Prize in the musical arts category and she won an Edison Award for her first recording.
Anne follows a busy concert schedule touring all around the globe and mesmerizing listeners with her powerful voice covering a whole range of emotions. Buy Anne Sofie von Otter tickets and enjoy the soul touching performance of this well-known mezzo-soprano.