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I’m a classically trained mezzo-soprano committed to creating authentic and meaningful art, interpreting new American operas, curating unique art song recitals, and collaborating creatively with artists across genres.
Hailed for her “rich, vibrant tone” by Opera News, mezzo-soprano Anna Laurenzo has extensive experience in a diverse range of repertoire.
In the fall of 2021, Ms. Laurenzo will make her Off-Broadway debut with Lincoln Center Theater, understudying Mrs. VanBuren in the world premiere of Intimate Apparel by Ricky Ian Gordan and Lynn Nottage.
Additional recent engagements include a role and company debut as Dorabella in Così fan tutte with the Glacier Symphony followed by Dorabella with the Metropolitan Opera Guild and her Fall 2019 return to Chicago Opera Theater, performing the role of Meg Weathers in the Chicago premiere of Everest.
A passionate interpreter of art song, Ms. Laurenzo has joined the Collaborative Arts Institute of Chicago as their Vocal Chamber Music Fellow for the 2020-21 season, featured in their Fall Festival virtual programming, as well an upcoming solo recital for their Spring Lieder Lounge. In the Summer of 2020, she was proud to be an Inaugural Vocal Fellow with the Crested Butte Music Festival.
"Mezzo Anna Laurenzo brings pathos, rich, vibrant tone and impressive intelligibility to Alycia Simpson's grisly account of her abusive relationship and subsequent miscarriage."
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Ms. Laurenzo prides herself on being a versatile artist specializing in operatic repertoire as well as new music and art song.
Current season highlights include a role debut as Elisabetta in Maria Stuarda, company debuts with Carolina Philharmonic, Brooklyn Art Song Society, and Opera Festival of Chicago.
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