Salomé
Zangerl soprano

Biography

Salomé Zangerl has sung at l'Opéra de Lausanne, at Royal Theatre of Hague, au Festival Tête à Tête in London, at Kleine Komedie of Amsterdam, at Opéra de Fribourg and with compagnies BarokOpera Amsterdam and Opéra Louise. She has also performed the roles of Papagena in Die Zauberflöte, Damon in Acis and Galatea by Haendel, as well as the title role of the contempory opera Blanche-Neige by Lange, La Servante in L'Amour Masqué by Messager, Adja in Le voyage dans la lune by Offenbach, Rosalinde in La Chauve-Souris by Strauss, Nella in Gianni Schicchi by Puccini and Madame Petermann in Monsieur Choufleuri by Offenbach.

 

Salomé has sung many oratorios (Bach, Buxtehude, Vivaldi, Mozart, Mendelssohn, Grieg, Saint-Saëns, Jenkins) and has worked under conductors such as Michel Corboz, Marc Minkowski, Michael Tilson Thomas, Jean-Claude Malgoire, Guillaume Tourniaire, Laurent Gendre, Pascal Mayer and Frédérique Chauvet.

 

Salomé studied with Lina Akerlund at Zürcher Hochschule der Künste, where she obtained her Master of Arts in Music Specialized Performance Soloist in 2017. Previously, she received her Master of Pedagogy in the same school where she graduated with First Class Honours. At the same time, she received her Diplôme Supérieur d'Execution du Chant at l'Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris with Daniel Ottevaere after acquiring a Bachelor of Arts HES-SO (2013) with Christian Immler (Fribourg) and with Gabriele Fuchs (Munich).

 

Salomé is laureate of Migros Culture Percentage Prize in 2016, of Pierre et Renée Glasson Foundation Prize in 2015 and won the prize Colette Mosetti Foundation in 2013. She obtained the support of Rotary Club Fribourg Foundation (2016) and Max-D. Jost Foundation (2012).