About the artist:
HGO Studio alumna Andrea Carroll (2012-14) has performed with HGO many times, including as Leila in The Pearl Fishers (2019), Marian in West Side Story (2018), Woglinde in Götterdämmerung (2017), Mary in It’s a Wonderful Life (2016), and Julie in Carousel (2016). Carroll began the 2021-22 season in her debut at the Bard Music Festival performing the role of Columbine in Ethel Smyth’s Fête galante and as the soprano soloist in Fauré’s Requiem. On the operatic stage, she makes her debut at Milan’s Teatro alla Scala as Zerlina in Don Giovanni, and she appears in concert at the Wiener Konzerthaus in the premiere performance of Johannes Maria Straud’s Piece for Orchestra and Soprano and as the soprano soloist in Brahms’ Requiem for her debut with The Cleveland Orchestra. She began the 2020-21 season in her company debut with San Diego Opera as Musetta in La bohème before returning to Garsington Opera as Adèle in Le comte Ory. She was scheduled to make her debut this season at the Metropolitan Opera as Zerlina in Don Giovanni. In addition to roles of Mozart, Verdi, and Wagner, Carroll has appeared at the Vienna State Opera in two world premieres, singing the title role in Johanna Doderer’s Fatima and Kitty in Johannes Maria Staud’s Die Weiden. Carroll has also performed with the Glimmerglass Festival, Wolf Trap Opera, and the major companies of Oslo, Tokyo, Washington, D.C., Seattle, Dallas, Fort Worth, and Utah. She is a recipient of a 2018 Richard Tucker Foundation Career Grant.