Emily D’Angelo is a member of the Lindemann Young Artist Development Program at the MET. The young mezzo-soprano studied Voice Performance at the University of Toronto until 2016. Emily has been appearing on stage since 2014: She appeared as Nerone in L’incoronazione di Poppea at the Centre for Opera Studies in Italy. At the Halifax Summer Opera Festival she played the role of Sesto in Giulio Cesare. From 2015 to 2016 the Italian-Canadian singer was a Fellow of the Ravinia Steans Institute in Chicago. She performed in the role of Cherubino in The Marriage of Figaro at the Spoleto Festival di Due Mondi and in 2016 became an ensemble member of the Canadian Opera Company. There she sang the role of the Second Lady in The Magic Flute and the title role in Ariodante. In summer 2017 she made her debut at the Opera Theatre Saint-Louis as Annio in La clemenza di Tito and appeared as Rosina in The Barber of Seville at the Glimmerglass Festival. Emily has already demonstrated her talent in a number of international competitions: In 2016 she won the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, and in 2017 she was a prize winner in the Gerda Lissner International Competition.
2017/18, Lindemann Young Artist Development Program, USA
Rosina, Il barbiere di Siviglia (G. Rossini)
Cherubino, Le nozze di Figaro (W. A Mozart)
Zweite Dame, Die Zauberflöte (W. A. Mozart)
Annio, La clemenza di Tito (W. A. Mozart)
Ariodante, Ariodante (G. F. Händel)
2015 - 2016, Ravinia Steans Institute, USA
2012 - 2016, Bachelor of Music in Voice, University of Toronto, Canada
2017, First Prize, Gerda Lissner International Voice Competition, USA
2016, Winner, Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions Finals, USA
2015, First Prize and Audience Prize, Canadian Opera Company Centre Stage Competition, Canada
Emily D'Angelo from Canada sings "Una voce poco fa" from Il Barbiere di Siviglia by Rossini in the semifinal concert of NEUE STIMMEN 2017.
Emily D'Angelo from Canada sings "Dopo notte" from Ariodante by Händel in the final concert of NEUE STIMMEN 2017.
Emily D'Angelo from Canada sings "Ah, scostati! … / Smanie implacabili" from Così fan tutte by Mozart in the final concert of NEUE STIMMEN 2017.