Gretchen Krupp

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Gretchen Krupp

(she/her/hers) Named a Grand Finalist in the 2018 Metropolitan Opera National Council auditions, American mezzo-soprano Gretchen Krupp is gaining recognition in major competitions and festivals on the operatic scene.

The Dallas Opera
Studio Artist, 2021
Wolf Trap Opera
Filene Artist, 2020 & 2021
Indiana University
Performer Diploma, 2019
The Glimmerglass Festival
Young Artist, 2018 & 2019
Wolf Trap Opera
Studio Artist, 2017
Des Moines Metro Opera
Apprentice Artist, 2016
Houston Grand Opera
Young Artists Vocal Academy, 2014
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Gretchen Krupp
is represented by
Gloria Parker
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Schedule

Thirsty Thursdays ...
Mezzo soloist

Baltimore Concert Opera, October 2021


Hart Institute for...
Mezzo soloist

The Dallas Opera, November 2021

The Diving Bell an...
Sylvie (cover)

The Dallas Opera, 2021

Don Carlo
Eboli (cover)

The Dallas Opera, 2021

Don Carlo
Tebaldo

The Dallas Opera, 2021

Le nozze di Figaro
Marcellina (cover)

The Dallas Opera, 2021

Briscula the Magic...
Woman from the City

Bel Cantanti Opera, 2020

The Ghosts of Vers...
Samira

Château de Versailles Spectacles, 2019

Mrs. Noye
Noye's Fludde

The Glimmerglass Festival, 2019

The Ghosts of Vers...
Samira

The Glimmerglass Festival, 2019

L'amant Anonyme
Dorothée

Wolf Trap Opera, June 2021

Beethoven @ 250
Mezzo soloist

Cathedral Choral Society, 2020

Eugene Onegin
Larina

Wolf Trap Opera, 2020

Salon Series
Recital soloist

Wolf Trap Opera, June & July 2021

Hansel & Gretel
Witch

Greensboro Opera, 2019

STARias w/ the Nat...
Soloist

Wolf Trap Opera, July 2021

Cendrillon (Viardo...
Armelinde

Wolf Trap Opera, July 2021

Biography

Named a Grand Finalist in the 2018 Metropolitan Opera National Council auditions, American mezzo-soprano Gretchen Krupp is gaining recognition in major competitions and festivals on the operatic scene. She most recently reprised the role of Samira in Corigliano’s The Ghosts of Versailles in her European debut at the Château de Versailles Spectacles. She was also awarded the prestigious Georgina Joshi International Fellowship and spent last fall in Berlin. This summer, she was contracted to be a Filene Artist with Wolf Trap Opera where she was to sing Larina in Eugene Onegin and be a featured soloist in the Vocal Colors series at The Phillips Collection in Washington DC. Next season, she will be joining The Dallas Opera to cover in multiple productions.

The 2018-2019 season included Gretchen’s return to the Glimmerglass Festival where she made role debuts as Samira in The Ghosts of Versailles and Mrs. Noye in Britten’s Noye’s Fludde, her mainstage debut with Greensboro Opera as the Witch in Hansel and Gretel, and role debuts as Cornelia in Giulio Cesare under the baton of Gary Thor Wedow and Mère Marie in Dialogues des Carmélites under the direction of Francesca Zambello. During summer of 2018, Gretchen debuted with the Glimmerglass Festival performing the roles of Chocholka, Woodpecker, and Innkeeper’s Wife in The Cunning Little Vixen. In 2017, she was a Studio Artist at Wolf Trap Opera in Vienna, VA. She was also a finalist in the 29th Annual Eleanor McCollum Competition for Young Singers, culminating in the 2017 Concert of Arias at Houston Grand Opera.
"Hers is a mezzo capable of searing delivery, powerful and ripe." (Opera Today)

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