ABOUT LAUREN PEARL EBERWEIN

BIO 

Canadian/American soprano, Lauren Pearl Eberwein, is known for her “luscious, rich tone”(Opera Canada), “Robust, dramatic voice”(Broadway World), and for her reputation as "an artist of subtle skill" (Classical CD Choice).

Equally comfortable on both the operatic and concert stages, Lauren has made debuts at Lincoln Center, in recital at Alice Tully Hall, and at Carnegie Hall as a soloist with the New York Choral Society. She is a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music, and trained with Opera Philadelphia’s Emerging Artist Program and the Canadian Opera Company's Ensemble Studio.

Lauren’s adaptable instrument and versatile stage presence allow her to be a chameleon on stage; during her three seasons in residence with the Canadian Opera Company she sang an exciting variety of roles, including Fünft Magt in Elektra, Musetta in La Boheme, Gianetta in L’elisir d’amore, Countess Ceprano in Rigoletto, The Cook in The Nightingale, Wellgunde in Götterdämmerung, and a concert performance of Dido in Dido and Aeneas. While in Philadelphia she performed the roles of Olivia in Cold Mountain, Mère Marie in Dialogues des Carmelites, Clairon in Capriccio, Der Komponist in Ariadne auf Naxos, Dido in Dido and Aeneas, and Der Trommler Der Kaiser von Atlantis.

Lauren is an avid and passionate chamber musician, and has held residencies at the Marlboro Music Festival, Chamberfest Cleveland, and The New York Festival of Song. Her upcoming chamber music collaborations include projects with The Hornby Island Festival, TaoArts Festival, Echo Chamber Toronto, The Rosebud Quartet, The Aizuri Quartet, and an international tour with Musicians from Marlboro.

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