“An extraordinary American alto on the rise" 
-The New York Times

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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ABOUT

Avery Amereau has garnered much attention for the unique quality of her timbre and sensitivity to interpretation. The 2017/2018 season includes debuts at Grand Théâtre de Genève, Seattle Opera, and the Salzburg Festspiele, as well as a return to the Metropolitan Opera. Additionally, she will debut with Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Phoenix Symphony, Nashville Symphony, and Orchestra of St. Luke's, as well as returning to Santa Fe Pro Musica for their Christmas and Holy Week concerts, and The American Classical Orchestra to sing Brahms' Alto Rhapsody.

 
 
 
 

Reviews

The vocal standouts [included] the rich-voiced Avery Amereau (Narciso), a voice in a million.
— — DAVID SHENGOLD, GAY CITY NEWS (2017)
In her aria “Ach, bleibe doch,” Avery Amereau drew the drama from some place deep within herself, the lowest notes a rich, enveloping curtain of clarity and undulating vibrato. Her sotto voce da capo, achingly mirrored by her orchestral counterparts, was a moment of easy musical magic
— — JACOB STREET, THE BOSTON MUSICAL INTELLIGER (2015)
With her sensual voice, Avery Amereau is achingly perfect as Lucretia, who summons vehement intensity when Tarquinius attacks her.
— ANTHONY TOMMASINI, THE NEW YORK TIMES (2015)
 
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