Lindsay Ammann, Mezzo-soprano
Lindsay Ammann began the 2023-24 season with a role and house debut at Opéra National de Lyon in Die Frau ohne Schatten (Die Amme) followed by returns to The Metropolitan Opera for The Magic Flute (Third Lady), Deutsche Opera Berlin for Der Ring des Nibelungen (Erda/Die erste Norn/Flosshilde), and Bayerische Staatsoper for a new production of Le Grand Macabre (Mescalina). On the concert stage she debuts with the Erie Philharmonic in Mahler’s Symphony No. 3 and The American Symphony Orchestra for Dvořák’s Requiem at Carnegie Hall.
Last season she returned to the Ensemble of the Bayeriche Staatsoper for revivals of La Fanciulla del West, Elektra, Die Zauberflöte, Die Fledermaus, Eugene Onegin, Die Teufel von Loudun, and Rusalka. Additional performances included a return to The Dallas Opera for their new production of Das Rheingold (Erda) and a debut at the Bard Music Festival for Henry VII (Anne Boleyn). In her first season at the Bayerische Staatsoper, Ms. Ammann was seen in new productions of Das schlaue Füchslein, Les Troyens, and Die Teufel von Loudun and revivals of Il trittico, Falstaff, and Die Zauberflöte. She returned to The Dallas Opera for The Golden Cockerel (Amelfa), The Metropolitan Opera for Suor Angelica (La zia principessa & La Badessa) and Gianni Schicchi (Ciesca), Washington National Opera for Eugene Onegin (Olga), and the Opera Theatre of Saint Louis for Rigoletto (Maddalena), and made debuts at Madison Opera in Rusalka (Ježibaba) and the Seiji Ozawa Matsumoto Festival in Eugene Onegin (Olga).