Lauren Skuce Soprano

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Symposium 84 - RUSSIA

Lauren Skuce made her Carnegie Hall debut in 2001 with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and has since been distinguished for her versatility on both the opera and concert stage.

On the opera stage she has recently performed with the Teatro Municipal de Santiago, Hong Kong Opera, Lyric Opera of Kansas City, Madison Opera, Bard Music Festival, Kentucky Opera, Glimmerglass Opera, Utah Opera, Opera Theater of St. Louis, Boston Baroque, Syracuse Opera, and New York City Opera in such roles as Liu in Turandot, La Contessa in Le nozze di Figaro, Mimi in La Bohème, Micaëla in Carmen, Marguerite in Faust, and Ophélie in Hamlet. Ms. Skuce has appeared in solo recital at the Kennedy Center, Kravis Center in Palm Beach, and Alice Tully Hall. Ms. Skuce is a frequent artist with many of the most prestigious chamber music organizations in this country, including Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Chamber Music Northwest, Music from Angel Fire, and Skaneateles Chamber Music Festival.

A Sullivan Award winner, Ms. Skuce was also the United States representative in the 2003 Cardiff Singer of the World Competition and one of her many accolades includes being a recipient of a Richard Gold Career Grant from New York City Opera. In May of 2007, Ms. Skuce presented the world premiere of Bruce Adolphe’s Wind Across the Sky, a song cycle of Iroquois and other Native American poetry for soprano and piano trio with Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.