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Elena Perroni

Soprano

Australasia

http://www.elenaperroni.com

Mimi, La Boheme, Opera in the Park , West Australian Opera 
“…Perroni, in her first Australian professional engagement, sang with a focused, pearly soprano that had fragility but bloomed wonderfully when required”.
Rosalind Appleby, Opera Magazine, May 2018 

“…As Mimi, she did not disappoint, her soprano so full and flexible, yet so capable of expressing fragility and mortality with incongruity”.
William Yeoman, The West Australian,  5 February 2018 

Magda, La Rondine, Curtis Opera Theatre
“The cast was consistently appealing and vocally capable…with Elena Perroni making sense of the central role of Magda, both vocally and theatrically.”

Susanna, Le Nozzze di Figaaro, Curtis Opera Theatre
“Elena Perroni, equally gifted vocally, was an utterly adorable Susanna”
Seen and Heard International, 2016

Anne Truelove, The Rake’s Progress, Curtis Opera Theatre
“Soprano Elena Perroni was particularly strong as Anne Truelove, with all of that charachers vulnerabilities and underlying strength playing out in subtle ways vocally.”
Philadelphia Inquirer 2015

Ms. Perroni is a recent graduate of the world renowned Curtis Institute of Music, where she has performed many leading roles. Her credits include Adina (L'elisir d'Amore), Manon (Manon, Massenet), Anne Truelove (The Rake's Progress), Susanna (Le Nozze di Figaro), Lauretta (Gianni Schicchi), and Magda (La Rondine). Ms. Perroni has also performed the leading roles of Mimi (La Boheme) and Gilda (Rigoletto) at the Chautauqua Music Festival.

Ms. Perroni made her professional opera debut with Opera Philadelphia, singing the role of Doris Parker in Charlie Parker's Yardbird (Schnyder), at the legendary Apollo Theatre in New York City. She reprised the role at English National Opera, in the summer of 2017. Earlier this year, Elena debuted in her home country as Mimi (La Boheme) with the West Australian Opera.

As well as attracting attention as a leading lady on the opera stage, Ms. Perroni is also making a name for herself in the concert hall. In 2017 she made her debut with the Philadelphia Orchestra singing selections from Rusalka (Rusalka, Dvorak) and West Side Story in concert. She has performed Mimi (La Boheme) with Quad Cities Symphony Orchestra, as well as Maria in West Side Story, with the Reno Philharmonic this season. In 2018 she will appear as Tatyana in Eugene Onegin in concert with the Philadelphia Orchestra.

Ms Perroni will be making her Carnegie Hall debut this May in the Gerda Lissner Competition Winners Concert with the New York City Opera Orchestra.

Elena Perroni is managed by Graham Pushee: graham@artsmanagement.com.au 
May 2018
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