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Praised for her “exceptionally beautiful mezzo” by San Francisco Classical Voice, mezzo-soprano Laura Krumm returned to The Metropolitan Opera last season to sing Dmitri in Fedora, and she will join them once again this season to cover Stéphano in Roméo et Juliette. Also this season, she will sing Eliza in Omar with San Francisco Opera and Jane Seymour in Anna Bolena with Musica Viva in Hong Kong.

Highlights of recent seasons include Ms. Krumm’s début with LA Philharmonic as Siegrune in Act III of Die Walküre at the Hollywood Bowl under the baton of Gustavo Dudamel; her celebrated Rosina with San Francisco Opera, Mendocino Music Festival, and Sacramento Philharmonic and Opera; Beethoven’s 9th Symphony with Reno Philharmonic and Auburn Symphony; and covering Cherubino in Le nozze di Figaro at The Metropolitan Opera and Austin Opera. [read more...]


“... gorgeous contribution…” – Datebook

Cavalleria rusticana– ““Cavalleria” also featured a gorgeous contribution by mezzo-soprano Laura Krumm as Lola, the focus of all the men’s desires. Krumm has been a strong, reliable presence on local opera stages since her time as an Adler Fellow several years ago, but I’ve never before heard her sing with such a combination of force, rich vocal color and sheer self-assurance. This performance – brief but entrancing – felt like a major step forward.”


"... exquisitely sung…” – Encore Michigan

Little Women – “In “Things Change, Jo,” Meg explains what it’s like to be in love. This aria was exquisitely sung by mezzo-soprano, Laura Krumm, and was a highlight of the evening.”


"... technically solid, beautiful sound..." – Schmopera

Don Giovanni– “Laura Krumm as Zerlina was perhaps my favorite, with her technically solid, beautiful sound and excellent acting skills giving Zerlina the most human, natural arc of the night."


Shawn Marie Jeffery

Vice President | Classical & Creatives

Adrienne Boris

Agent | Classical & Concert

Lisa Bremer 

Operations & Finance Manager

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