Adriane Queiroz

Adriane Queiroz

Brazil born soprano Adriane Queiroz received her musical education at the conservatory and the university of Para in Brazil,at the university of Missoury,and the Vienna Conservatory and Musik Universitat. She made her Viennese debut as Antonia (der Mann von la Mancha),at the Volksoper Vienna,where later Gianetta(lelisir damore )and 1.Dame (Magic flute)followed as well. Since 2002/2003 she has been a member of Berlin State Opera,where she successfully sings Michaela (Carmen), Marzelline(Fidelio), Musetta (La Boheme), Zerlina (Don Giovanni), Despina(Cosi fan tutte), Susanna (Le Nozze di Figaro), Pamina (Die Zauberfloete), Mary(Der Ferne klang), as well as in Schostakowitsch (Die Nase) and Amore /Giunone ( Il ritorno d Ulisse in Patria), Elvira (Italiana in Algeri) and Liu (Turandot)among many others. Besides her extensive commitment to Berlin, she made her debut at the Salzburgfestival in Die Aegyptische Helena (under Fabio Luisi). A recording is available of a concert performance of Dalberts (Tiefland) under Bertrand de Billy, with Johan Botha and Falk Struckmann at Musikverein Vienna, where Adriane Queiroz had a great success as Nuri. She appeared as Michaela(Carmen) in Para (Brazil) as Susanna (Le Nozze di Figaro) under Simone Young at Hamburg State Opera. Furthermore she sang Zerlina in a new production of Don Giovanni at Theater an der Wien, in 2006(director:Keith Warner, conductor:Bertrand de Billy), and Asteria in Tamerlano, where she sang in Vienna (under Huw James) and last year as Asteria appeared at the Bavarian State Opera in Munich, as well as to Teatro da Paz, in Brazil, where she mades her debut as Mimi (La Boheme). In 2009,in celebration of the Heitor Villa Lobos 50th death anniversary, she sang the title role of the opera Yerma,performed in Paris, Berlin and the Teatro Sao Carlos, in Lisboa. Adriane Queiroz is also a concert and recital singer.She made her diplom of Lied and Oratorium (Wiener Universitat)with Prof. Walter Moore.