Canadian/American soprano, Lauren Pearl Eberwein, is known for her “soulful and engrossing depth of tone”(The Philadelphia Inquirer) her “Robust, dramatic voice”(Broadway World), and for her reputation as "an artist of subtle skill" (Classical CD Choice). She is a recent graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music and was a member of Opera Philadelphia’s Emerging Artist Program. She is currently a member of the Canadian Opera Company's Ensemble Studio.

This season Lauren sings the roles of Gianetta in L’elisir d’amore, Countess Ceprano in Rigoletto, and The Cook in The Nightingale with the Canadian Opera Company. Last season she made her COC debut, singing the role of Wellgunde in Wagner’s Götterdämmerung; and made her Lincoln Center recital debut at Alice Tully Hall, singing songs of Liszt with pianists Adam Golka and Orion Weiss. She made her Carnegie Hall debut in 2016 singing Handel’s Israel in Egypt with the New York Choral Society.

An avid and passionate chamber musician, Lauren is currently in residence at the Marlboro Music Festival and is a proud member of Philadelphia based Gamut Bach Ensemble. Lauren's recent chamber music collaborations include projects with The Rosebud Quartet, Chamberfest Cleveland, and The New York Festival of Song.  

Eberwein is the recipient of a 2016 Sullivan Foundation Career Development Grant.

Her previous operatic credits include Olivia Cold Mountain; Mère Marie Dialogues des Carmelites; Clairon Capriccio; Der Komponist Ariadne auf Naxos (Opera Philadelphia). Dido Dido and Aeneas; Der Trommler Der Kaiser von Atlantis (Curtis Opera Theatre).