Mezzo-soprano Rebecca Krouner, a native of Boston and a resident of the Bay Area, is frequently seen on the operatic, concert, and recital stages. Recent operatic roles include Third Lady in a new adaptation of Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte with West Edge Opera, Cherubino with Pocket Opera in San Francisco, Meg Page (Falstaff) with North Bay Opera, and her debut at Opera San Jose as Annina (La Traviata). Chosen as an Associate Resident Artist at Opera San Jose, Ms. Krouner will perform Orlofsky (Die Fledermaus), Azucena (Il Trovatore), Monitress (Suor Angelica) and Ciesca (Gianni Schicchi) during the 2012-2013 season, followed by the title role in Carmen with Cinnabar Theater in May-June of 2013.
Ms. Krouner’s recent concert performances include the alto solo in Rossini's Messe Solennelle, the alto solo in Mendelssohn's Magnificat, a premiere with the San Francisco contemporary chamber group Earplay, and recital of music by female composers from the Baroque to the contemporary for Women’s History Month.
Ms. Krouner completed her master’s degree in Vocal Performance at the Manhattan School of Music and graduated magna cum laude from Brown University with degrees in Italian and Comparative Literature.
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