Andrea Zomorodian, a native Seattle soprano, regularly performs throughout the US and abroad. Her work in LA has been focused on concert, oratorio, early music, and studio singing.
Recent solo engagements include: a program of Bach & Handel arias with Con Gioia Early Music Ensemble, Purcell King Arthur with Bach Collegium San Diego, Bach Cantatas 166 & 153 at the Whittier Bach Festival, Vivaldi Gloria, Mozart Coronation Mass, Schubert Shepherd on the Rock & Zemlinsky Maiblumen blühten überall for Sunset ChamberFest, Beethoven Mass in C, Bach St. John Passion with Musica Angelica and Pacific Chorale, Handel 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, Handel Messiah, Brahms Requiem, Allegri Miserere Mei, Bach Cantatas 202, 61, 82a with Bach Collegium San Diego, and Bach Mass in B Minor.
Recent highlights include: Solo debut (Peri Quartet) in Schumann Das Paradies with Gustavo Dudamel and the LA Philharmonic, 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).
Upcoming engagements include: Messiah solo performances for Long Beach Camerata and the LA Master Chorale Sing-Along Messiah at Walt Disney Concert Hall, the role of Serpina in Pergolesi's opera La Serva Padrona with San Diego Baroque, 2018-2020 world tour of Peter Sellars' production of Lagrime di San Pietro with LAMC, and continued Hildegard programs with Ensemble Vocatrix.
Ms. Zomorodian graduated magna cum laude from the University of Southern California and was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to Vienna, Austria.