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Renée Fleming is an American opera singer and soprano. Fleming has a full lyric soprano voice. She has performed coloratura, lyric, and lighter spinto soprano operatic roles in Italian, German, French, Czech, and Russian, aside from her native English. She has also sung chansons, jazz and indie rock. She speaks fluent German and French, along with limited Italian. Her signature roles include Countess Almaviva in Mozart's Le nozze di Figaro, Desdemona in Verdi'sOtello, Violetta in Verdi's La traviata, the title role in Dvořák's Rusalka, the title role in Massenet's Manon, the title role in Massenet's Thaïs, the title role in Richard Strauss's Arabella, the Marschallin in Der Rosenkavalier, and the Countess in Capriccio.
A National Medal of Arts and Richard Tucker Award winner, she regularly performs in opera houses and concert halls worldwide. In 2008, she was awarded the Swedish Polar Music Prize for her services in music. In 2010, she took the title of 'Creative Consultant' to the Lyric Opera of Chicago, the first person to hold such a title with the company.
Her US musical theatre credits include Carousel (Imperial Theatre), and her UK musical theatre credits include The Light at the Piazza (Royal Festival Hall).
This March, when measures to combat the COVID-19 pandemic had begun around the world, a few hopeful voices resonated above the fear and isolation. One such voice belonged to Kitty O’Meara, whose heartfelt poem “And the people stayed home” was shared on social media, as readers embraced her message of resilience and healing. Pulitzer Prize-winning composer John Corigliano was inspired to set the poem to music, and I was honored when he asked me to premiere it. Renée Fleming
A musical message from Evgeny and Renée: Schubert's Ave Maria, recorded on our phones in Prague and Virginia, respectively. Wishing health, safety, and hope to our friends around the world. The cancellation of our concert and recital plans this spring has come as a great disappointment to us, but there are musicians and performing artists everywhere for whom this total loss of work is catastrophic. If you find you are in a position to help them, please consider contributing to one of the groups below (in the US, or find a local support service wherever you are). We want to thank David Frost, whose expert guidance helped us put this video together. Please be well, be safe, and if you can’t donate, just keep the music playing— because that helps, too. The American Guild of Musical Artists: https://agmarelief.org/ The Artists Relief Tree https://artistrelieftree.com/ New Music Solidarity Fund: https://www.newmusicusa.org/content/solidarity-fund/ And for musicians themselves, Billboard has a state-by-state resource guide: https://www.billboard.com/articles/business/9337908/coronavirus-resource-guide-music-professionals-help
My entry for Chicago Voices Sing
Renée received an honorary doctorate from Harvard today, and sang "America the Beautiful" for the graduating class of 2015. An audience member captured this video.
Four-time Grammy-winner Renée Fleming wowed the crowd when she took the field before the Denver Broncos played the Seattle Seahawks on Feb. 2 2014 at New Jersey's MetLife Stadium. Renee was the first opera singer ever to sing at the Super Bowl
Renee Fleming & Josh Groban medley from Brigadoon Heather on the Hill Almost like Being in Love from Live at Lincoln Center - PBS 4/6/12
Renée Fleming visited the Tonight Show with David Letterman in September, 2013 to sing the Top 10. Visit www.reneefleming.com/ for more information. Her new album 'Guilty Pleasures' is available now.
Amazon: http://po.st/rthp5Z iTunes: http://po.st/iTusoc A sequel to the album 'Beautiful Voice', 'Guilty Pleasures' is an album of sheer indulgence: the beautiful voice of Renée Fleming in a new and very personal selection of songs and arias featuring a feast of music, much of which we might never hear her sing on stage. For our pleasure she has chosen to record many famous arias from roles which are not normally associated with her repertoire: romantic highlights from operas by Dvorak, Smetana and Tchaikovsky among many others.
Renée Fleming, BBC Singers, BBC Symphony Chorus, BBC Symphony Orchestra Conductor: Jiří Bělohlávek
More about Renée's latest Album "Dark Hope": http://reneefleming.com/darkhope/
More about Renée latest album: http://reneefleming.com/darkhope/
Renée chats with BBC1 morning talk show hosts Sian and Bill about her new album, "Dark Hope". More about "Dark Hope": http://reneefleming.com/darkhope/
More about Renée's album Dark Hope: http://reneefleming.com/darkhope/
BBC1. THE ANDREW MARR SHOW. May 2010. More about Renée's album Dark Hope: http://reneefleming.com/darkhope/
More about "Dark Hope": http://reneefleming.com/darkhope/
More about Renée's album Dark Hope: http://reneefleming.com/darkhope/
Renée Fleming visits a new universe with Dark Hope. Renée Fleming's new album 'Dark Hope', which the opera star describes as a "visit to a new, parallel universe," will be released by Decca this spring. The album was recorded in close collaboration with producer David Kahne (Regina Spektor, The Strokes, The Bangles, Sublime, and countless others) in New York City, and features a diverse and adventurous track listing of songs. More info: http://reneefleming.com/darkhope/
The Light in the Piazza Florence. Summer 1953. As American Margaret Johnson and her daughter Clara take in the city’s wonders, a fateful gust of wind whisks Clara’s hat into the hands of local dreamer Fabrizio Naccarelli… and it’s amore at first sight. But Clara isn’t quite what she appears, and soon they must all confront a secret that’s been kep...
Our #FirstNightTakeover series continues with Perry O’Bree attending the London premiere of Broadway musical The Light In The Piazza at the Royal Festival Hall. Perry gets goosebumps from the beauty and style of the show and has the added bonus of catching up with several members of the cast afterwards including Dove Cameron, Rob Houchen, Celinde Schoenmaker and Liam Tamne. Oh and did we mention that he bumped into Tony Award-winner Ben Platt too?
First it was exciting that London audiences were going to finally get a chance to see a full staging of Craig Lucas and Adam Guettel’s The Light in the Piazza, starring Renée Fleming and Dove Cameron, no less. Now the anticipation has intensified with the news that Rob Houchen, Celinde Schoenmaker, Liam Tamne, Malcolm Sinclair and Olivier-nominated international soprano Marie McLaughlin have also been cast in the production which runs for just 20 performances from 14 June to 5 July 2019.
Craig Lucas and Adam Guettel’s lyrical and romantic Broadway musical The Light in the Piazza will shine brightly at the Royal Festival Hall from 14 June 2019 for just 20 performances, directed by Daniel Evans and featuring the Orchestra of Opera North. And with opera singer Renée Fleming and film and TV star Dove Cameron leading the cast, it’s going to be lush…