Stunning audiences with her sterling lyric soprano voice and incisive stage personality, American soprano Heidi Stober has established herself as a house favorite at leading companies on both sides of the Atlantic.
Highlights of the 2016-17 season include Norina in Laurent Pelly’s production of Don Pasquale at San Francisco opera, conducted by Giuseppi Finzi, Ricky Ian Gordon’s 27 with the Collegiate Chorale in a James Robinson production conducted by Ted Sperling at New York’s City Center. She will also return to the Deutsche Opera Berlin for a role debut as Marguerite in Faust, as well as further performances with the company as Oscar, Gretel, and Pamina, and makes her United Kingdom and role debut singing the title role of Handel’s Semele with Garsington Opera. On the concert stage Ms. Stober sings Brahms Requiem with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra. She performs a solo recital with Tucson Desert Song and conducts a masterclass at the University of Arizona.