Isabel Springer
(She/Her) Isabel Springer is an American-German Soprano equally at home in a versatile range of musical styles and repertoire from Baroque to 21st Century. Recognized for her vibrant and compelling stage presence, Ms. Springer attributes her artistry to her extensive training in both dance and Alexander Technique. Ms. Springer holds a Master of Music from Mannes School of Music and a Bachelor of Music from University of Michigan. She spent the first two years of her undergraduate studies attending Barnard College at Columbia University.
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Isabel Springer

In 2023 Ms. Springer debuted as WIND and The Bird in the world premiere Iceland by O-Lan Jones with Overtone Industries at LaMaMa in NYC, and will soon sing Gertrude in The Student Prince by Romberg with Regina Opera in Brooklyn.

2021-2022 season highlights include a debut NYC recital in May titled Connection in Solitude and studying the role of Susanna in Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro for the Trentino Music Festival. In July 2021, Ms. Springer performed the role of Adina in L’Elisir D’Amore with the Jerusalem Lyric Opera and the Ashdod Symphony, a role she debuted in 2018 with the Mediterranean Opera Festival. Additionally, Ms. Springer made her debut with the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, sang in several recitals, and was a finalist in the Jerusalem Lyric Opera Competition.

Previous roles include Suor Genovieffa in Suor Angelica, Mary Hildebrand in Street Scene, and covered the role of Miss Jessel in The Turn of the Screw, all with Mannes Opera. A lover of art song and an expressive recitalist, Ms. Springer’s recital experience includes performances of Schumann’s iconic Liederkreis Op. 39 and Frauenliebe und leben, as well as Poulenc’s Fiançailles pour rire and La courte paille. 

An up and coming proponent of modern opera, Ms. Springer has performed frequently with both Mannes Sounds Festival as well as Columbia University’s New Opera Workshop. As an undergraduate, she had the privilege of working directly with composer William Bolcom while performing the role of Ms. Alden in his opera Dinner at Eight.





Special Skill


Singing Dancer