Abi Levis

MEZZO/SOPRANO

"DIDO'S LAMENT"
Dido and Aeneas
people
"NOBLES SEIGNEURS, SALUT"
G. Meyerbeer
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"PARTO, PARTO"
W.A. Mozart
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Abi Levis

(She/Her/Hers) Named "Debut Artist of the Year" by the Joy in Singing Foundation, Abi Levis is one of the most exciting singers of her generation. Critics the world over have described her artistry as “fearless”, “dazzling”, “impressive”, and “breathtaking”.

Florentine Opera
Cherubino, 2019
Luzerner Theater
Stephano, Orfeo, Zerlina, 2018-2019
Opera Philadelphia
Testo/Memory 3, 2017
Deutsche Oper Berlin
Soloist, 2016-2017
Toronto Symphony Orchestra
Messiah Soloist, 2016
LA Opera
Resident Artist, 2015-2016
Wolf Trap Opera
Filene Artist, 2015
Utah Opera
Prince Orlovsky, Cherubino, L'Enfant, Despina, 2018, 2016, 2015, 2015
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Abi Levis
is represented by
Topher Mokrzewski
Dean Artists Management

Schedule

La clemenza di Tito
Annio

Opera Nantes, 2021


La Clemenza di Tito

Opera de Rennes, March, 2020

A Handmaid's Tale
Offred Double

San Francisco Opera, 2020

Die Fledermaus
Prince Orlovsky

Fort Worth Opera, 2020

I Capuleti ei Mont...
Romeo

National Opera Bulgaria, 2019

Le nozze di Figaro
Cherubino

Florentine Opera, 2019

Die Fledermaus
Prince Orlovsky

Utah Opera, 2018

Faust
Siebel

Deutsche Oper Berlin, 2017

War Stories
Monteverdi/Beecher

Opera Philadelphia, 2017

At the Statue of V...
Rose/Dinah

Opera Parallele, 2018

Romeo et Juliette
Stephano

Luzerner Theater , 2017

Orfeo ed Euridicy
Orfeo

Luzerner Theater , 2019

I Capuleti ei Mont...
Romeo

Promfest Estonia, 2019

Don Giovanni
Zerlina

Luzerner Theater , 2019

Biography

"Levis led set number three with a haunting unaccompanied rendition of “Johnny, I hardly knew ye,” ... There is a basic coolness in her tone, but she gave the music an emotional edge by letting more and more agitation creep into her voice. This was a dramatic and devastating interpretation, unsparing in its presentation of the text’s sardonic edge..."
— New York Classical Review

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