Zoie Reams

MEZZO SOPRANO

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Semiramide/Rossini
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Carmen/Bizet
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Zoie Reams

(Her/She/Hers) In the 2020-2021 season, Ms. Reams returns to Houston Grand Opera as Dodo in Missy Mazzoli’s Breaking the Waves, and was scheduled to return to Lyric Opera of Chicago as Witness 2/Singer 2/Woman 2 in the American premiere of George Benjamin’s Lessons in Love and Violence. She will return to Des Moines Metro Opera as the Beggar Woman in Sweeney Todd and Juno in Rameau’s Platée.

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Zoie Reams
is represented by
Matthew Horner
IMG Artists

Schedule

Marians Song

Houston Grand Opera , 19-Mar

Biography

Mezzo-soprano Zoie Reams has been lauded by Opera News for her “velvety mezzo” and for how she “phrase[s] with elegance and articulate[s] coloratura nimbly.”
In the 2020-2021 season, Ms. Reams returns to Houston Grand Opera as Dodo in Missy Mazzoli’s Breaking the Waves, and was scheduled to return to Lyric Opera of Chicago as Witness 2/Singer 2/Woman 2 in the American premiere of George Benjamin’s Lessons in Love and Violence. She will return to Des Moines Metro Opera as the Beggar Woman in Sweeney Todd and Juno in Rameau’s Platée. In concert, she performs in a special holiday program at Minnesota Opera, and returns to Washington National Cathedral to sing Handel’s Messiah.
In the 2019-2020 season, Ms. Reams sang Maddalena in Rigoletto at Houston Grand Opera, as well as Jan Arnold in Joby Talbot’s Everest and Georgia Davenport in the world premiere of Dan Shore’s Freedom Ride at Chicago Opera Theater. In addition, she performed the title role in the world premiere of Damien Sneed’s Marian’s Song at HGOco, and made her house and role debut at Des Moines Metro Opera as Margret in Wozzeck. Operatic highlights of recent seasons include the title role in Carmen at Opera Louisiane, her house debut at Lyric Opera of Chicago as Flora in La traviata On the concert stage, she performed Handel’s Messiah with the Washington National Cathedral Choir and Baroque Orchestra.
"...velvety mezzo Zoie Reams phrased with elegance and articulated coloratura nimbly."
— Opera News