Mithuna Sivaraman
(She/Her) Coloratura soprano Mithuna Sivaraman is quickly getting noticed for the "clarity of her embellishments." Her role debuts in New York and New Jersey range from Clizia in Handel’s Teseo to Casilda in Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Gondoliers. She is also an accomplished chorister who has performed at venues such as Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, and is on the roster of the New York Philharmonic Chorus. A Tamil Singaporean, she is also extensively trained in Hindustani and Carnatic classical voice.
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Mithuna Sivaraman

Coloratura soprano Mithuna Sivaraman is quickly getting noticed for the "clarity of her embellishments" (Voce di Meche). Performance highlights in 2023 have included creating the role Sophy in the premier of A Potsdam Folly (an operetta by Edward Perlman based on J.S. Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier), singing the role of Israelitish Woman in Handel's Judas Maccabeus with the Dalton Chorale, and performances of the Fauré and Mozart Requiems, Handel's Messiah, and the Vivaldi Gloria as soprano soloist. Since moving to the New York City area in 2018, Mithuna has made role debuts in New York and New Jersey as Colleen in Scott Joiner’s Connection Lost (Modern Opera Company), Casilda in Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Gondoliers (Ridgewood G&S Opera Company), Clizia in Handel’s Teseo (Cantanti Project), and Drusilla in Monteverdi’s L’incoronazione di Poppea (New York Lyric Opera Theater). She also covered the role of Savitri in New Camerata Opera’s double bill of Venus and Adonis/Savitri, and the roles of La Fée and Maguelonne in City Lyric Opera's production of Viardot's Cendrillon. In addition, she is an experienced choral artist, and has performed in venues including Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, National Sawdust, and Madison Square Garden. Born and raised in Singapore, she is of Tamil descent, and has extensively trained in both Hindustani and Carnatic classical voice, with teachers including Ustad Vilayat Khan and D.K. Pattammal. In her non-singing life, Mithuna is a tax attorney with significant experience in transfer pricing and tax controversy. For more information, please visit

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