Andrea Zomorodian - Soprano

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Andrea Zomorodian, a native Seattle soprano, has quickly garnered attention and acclaim regularly singing in Los Angeles, Seattle, Vienna, and London. After graduating magna cum laude from USC Thornton School of Music, she studied sacred music for one year in Vienna, Austria on a Fulbright Fellowship. Her work in LA has been focused on oratorio, early music, and studio singing.

Recent solo engagements include: Beethoven Mass in C, Bach St. John Passion with Musica AngelicaHandel Ode for St. Cecilia's Day, Carissimi Jephte, Haydn Lord Nelson Mass, Vaughan Williams Mass in G Minor, Mozart Requiem, Mozart Exsultate, Jubilate, Bach Magnificat, solo soprano cantatas with Bach Collegium San Diego, Handel Messiah, Brahms Requiem, Allegri Miserere Mei, and Bach Mass in B Minor with Musica Angelica.

Recent highlights include: Lagrime di San Pietro (di Lasso) staged by Peter Sellars at Walt Disney Concert Hall, and Hildegard program of Hymns & Songs ("sung with blinding luminosity" - Mark Swed, LA Times) on the Monday Evening Concerts series.

Upcoming engagements include: 2018-2020 world tour of Peter Sellars' production of Lagrime di San Pietro with the LA Master Chorale, and continued touring Hildegard programs with Ensemble Vocatrix. For more information, please visit www.andreazomorodian.com.