American soprano Deanna Breiwick, hailed by The New York Times for her “sweet sound and floating high notes” and for being a “vocal trapeze artist,” is enjoying an exciting and diverse career. In the 23/24 season, Ms. Breiwick will return to The Dallas Opera for the world premiere of Gene Scheer and Jody Talbot’s The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, where she will sing the role of Claude. In concert, she will sing Lisette in La Rondine with Washington Concert Opera, Messiah with the Oregon Symphony, Vaughan-Williams’ Dona Nobis Pacem with the Venice and Owensboro Symphonies, and a residency with the Moab Music Festival. In recital, she will return to the Laguna Art Museum to present a solo recital.
In the 22/23 season, Ms. Breiwick made her debut at San Francisco Opera, performing Sister Constance in Dialogues of the Carmelites, conducted by Eun Sun Kim. She returned to Bayerische Staatsoper for Adele in Die Fledermaus, and made debuts at the Gran Teatre del Liceu as Drusilla in L’incoronazione di Poppea, the Atlanta Opera as Cunegonde in Candide and with Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Oriana in Amadigi. In concert, Ms. Breiwick performed Mendelssohn’s Lobgesang with the Charlotte Symphony and a recital at the Laguna Art Museum in California.
“Headlining the excellent cast of young singers was soprano Deanna Breiwick in the title role. Breiwick has a lyric voice, well suited to Mozart…One hopes to hear much more from her in the future.”
“Deanna was a vocal trapeze artist.”