Meredith Bloomfield
Since relocating to Germany in 2018, Meredith Bloomfield and has quickly made a name for herself as a dramatic soprano in Europe.
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Der fliegende Holländer
West Bay Opera
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Meredith Bloomfield

Most recently, she performed Gerhilde in Die Walküre at the Stadttheater Klagenfurt where she also – with less than 24 hours’ notice – took over the role of Brünnhilde for her ailing colleague. Further engagements in Europe were Freia in Das Rheingold with Dramatic Voices Berlin and the soprano solos in Johan de Meij’s Symphony No. 5 – Return to Middle Earth with the Bläserphilharmonie Rhein-Main. In the US, highlights of her most recent seasons were the title role in Cilea’s Gloria at the Teatro Grattacielo, Tosca with Amore Opera, and Leonore in Fidelio at West Bay Opera. As an interpreter of contemporary repertoire, she has performed the title role in Victoria Bond’s Clara with Cutting Edge Concerts and the Gramercy Trio at Symphony Space in New York, Donatella in the world premiere of Christof Bergman’s Piazza Navona with Opera Manhattan as well as Rose Segal in the New York premiere of John Musto’s Later the Same Evening at the Manhattan School of Music. On the concert stage, she has been successful in Beethoven’s Ninth (Williamsport Symphony Orchestra, Conductor’s Retreat), and in April 2017, she made her debut at the Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall in John Rutter’s Requiem. As a participant in the prestigious Merola Opera Program in the summer of 2015, Meredith Bloomfield performed in the Schwabacher Summer Concert and Merola Grand Finale. She lent her “huge soprano voice” (Civic Center, San Francisco) to excerpts from Susannah (title role), Die Walküre (Brünnhilde), and The Queen of Spades (Lisa). Meredith Bloomfield is the recipient of several important awards and grants. She was named Winner of the American Prize for Women in Opera in 2018. Other awards include a Grant from the Solti Foundation, and an Encouragement Award from the Gerda Lissner Foundation Competition.

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