Danish soprano Katrine Deleuran is a part of the the Atelier Lyrique opera programme at Verbier Festival and a Leeds Lieder Festival Young Artist together with her duo partner Aleksandra Myslek in 2022.
Last year Mrs. Deleuran made her Danish debut as Nedda (Pagliacci). This year she will sing the role of Gertrud (Hänsel und Gretel) in the spring opera at Royal College of Music and at the Verbier Festival.
Mrs. Deleuran has a beautiful voice with a distinct projection and a colourful sound. In her stage performance Mrs. Deleuran shows excellent timing, a very strong presence and a natural ability to communicate with her audience.
Deleuran was both charming and moving, especially as Columbine, trying to avert the catastrophe of her life
-The Opera Magazine Ascolta, July 2021
With a substantial amount of concert experience, both in productions of operas/operettas, recitals and ensembles Mrs. Deleuran is a skilled performer. Highlights include Nedda (Pagliacci), Gertrud (Hänsel und Gretel), playing the role of Lady Mary Grantham in the world premiere of Mathias Vestergård’s new opera Titanic, directed by the British director Natascha Metherell, performing as a young talent at the opera festival Opera in Unlikely Places and singing the role of Adele (Die Fledermaus) in The Operetta Boat around the Copenhagen canals as part of Copenhagen Opera Festival.
She is an alumna of Royal College of Music where she held the Spiller Award and the Royal Danish Academy of Music. Deleuran is currently studying with professor Rosa Mannion and coach Caroline Dowdle.Previously she earned a Bachelors degree in Musicology with elective in Gender studies from the University of Copenhagen. At the same time she studied with Royal Danish opera singer Marianne Rørholm at a talent youth programme in Copenhagen.
Deleuran has worked with prominent opera coaches and singers all around the world including German dramatic soprano Manuela Uhl, American baritone Thomas Hampson, coach and pianist Elisabeth Rowe from Guildhall School of Music and Drama, voice teacher of Manhattan School of Music Cynthia Hoffman, soprano and voice Prof. Chantel Mathias from Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris, Swedish mezzosoprano
Anne Sofie von Otter and Italien soprano Barbara Frittoli.
Mrs. Deleuran is profoundly grateful to be supported by the International Opera Award Foundation Bursary, Idella Foundation, Anglo-Danish Society Scholarship, Augustinus Fonden,
Hanne Lomholts Operauddannelsesfond, Louis-Hansens Fond, Den Bøhmske Fond, Knud Højgaard Fonden, Feldthusens Fond, Dansk Tennis Fond, Inge Mogensens Legat, William Demant Fonden, Beckett-fonden and Jørgen Esmers Mindelegat.
Pleace contact Mrs. Deleuran directly for an updated résumé, repertoire- and role list.
Katrine Deleuran portrays an overpowering, cold-blooded maternal anger painted
- Opera Online by Thibault Vicq, August 2022