Seattle soprano Andrea Zomorodian performs nationally and abroad. In LA, she has been focused on concert, oratorio, early music, and studio singing.
Recent highlights include: Messiah Sing-Along soloist at Disney Hall and Messiah soloist at Long Beach Performing Arts Center, a program of Bach & Handel arias with Con Gioia Early Music Ensemble, a staged production of La Serva Padrona with San Diego Baroque, thrilling collaboration with Doug Aitken for his installation Mirage in Gstaad, Switzerland performing Aitken's Song Mirror, solo quartet debut in Schumann Das Paradies with Gustavo Dudamel and LA Philharmonic, touring Lagrime di San Pietro (di Lasso) staged by Peter Sellars around the world (including opening the 2019 Salzburg Festival), and Hildegard program of Hymns & Songs ("sung with blinding luminosity" - Mark Swed, LA Times).
Other recent solo work: Zelenka Povera fede, Pergolesi Stabat Mater, Purcell King Arthur, Bach: St. John Passion, Magnificat, Mass in B Minor, Cantatas 61, 82a, 153, 166 & 202, Vivaldi Gloria, Mozart: Coronation Mass, Requiem, Exsultate, Jubilate, Schubert Shepherd on the Rock, Zemlinsky Maiblumen blühten überall, Beethoven Mass in C, Handel Ode for St. Cecilia's Day, Carissimi Jephte, Haydn Lord Nelson Mass, Vaughan Williams Mass in G Minor, Brahms Requiem, and Allegri Miserere Mei.
Upcoming performances: Handel Dixit Dominus with Bach Collegium San Diego, a Bach & Keiser program with Con Gioia Ensemble, Messiah for Long Beach Camerata, and a Charpentier Christmas program with Bach Collegium San Diego.
Ms. Zomorodian is a graduate of USC and a Fulbright Fellowship recipient. www.andreazomorodian.com