Soprano Sofia Troncoso

Sofia Troncoso

Biography

American soprano Sofia Troncoso, a recent addition to the Brisbane arts community, is an accomplished singer in numerous styles including early music, Mozart’s works, bel canto, and contemporary music.

Recent highlights include Papagena in Magic Flute for Scottish Opera, described as ‘charming and witty’ in the Scottish Herald, a critically acclaimed debut with Longborough Festival Opera as Poppea in L’incoronazione de Poppea, Gianetta in Elixir of Love for Into Opera, Adele in Fledermaus with Diva Opera and concerts with the RSNO and Xi’an Symphony Orchestra.

Other notable roles include Susanna in The Marriage of Figaro, Vixen in Cunning little Vixen, and Nanetta in Falstaff.

Sofia is a graduate of the Royal Academy of Music, the National Opera Studio in London, and was recently an Emerging Artist for Scottish Opera where she appeared as Tytania in a new production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Amongst her numerous successes, Sofia is a former Karaviotis & Salter Prize holder, Les Azuriales, Central City Opera Young Artist, and holds an Exceptional Talent Visa in the UK.

Sofia is a member of Opera Queensland’s 2021 Young Artist Program.

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