“Music has always been a huge part of my life. My mom would always sing to me when I was growing up, and I was part of my church choir from five years old! I think the love of music and my passion for it has made me a passionate person in so many areas of my life. Hard work, determination, and passion have motivated me every step to get to where I am today.” Brzyski told Konversai in an interview in 2019.

The Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra is ecstatic to welcome Leah Brzyski, Soprano, to the stage as our featured soloist for the first concert of the 2021-22 Season. Brzyski won

Leah Brzyski

the Grand Junction Symphony Guild’s 2020 Young Artist Competition. Brzyski will be joining GJSO for Richard Strauss’ “Gro∫mächtige Prinzessin” from Ariade auf Naxos and Gaetano Donizetti’s “O luce di quest’anima” from Linda di Chamounix.

Brzyski is a recent graduate of prestigious Yale University, where she performed in several shows including Die Zauberflöte, Hänsel und Gretel and Stravinsky’s Le Rossignol. This season, Brzyski joins the Minnesota Opera’s Resident Artist Program to sing the role of Miss Wordsworth in Albert Herring. She has also performed as a soloist with esteemed companies including the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the Lansing Symphony Orchestra, Opera Grand Rapids, Orchestra New England, and The New Haven Symphony Orchestra.

Attracting praise for her versatility, Brzyski is also a passionate performer of contemporary opera. She premiered works for the Pulitzer Prize nominated composer Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon in the opening year of the VIPA Festival (Valencia, Spain) and will premiere one of his newest compositions in 2021 with the Cygnus Ensemble in New York. She will then make her international debut as a soloist at the Beijing Modern Music Festival. Last season, Brzyski joined Bel Cantanti Opera to create the role of Sylvestra in the debut of Frances Pollock’s new opera, Briscula.

Ms. Brzyski has been a Young Artist with Central City Opera, Utah Festival Opera, and Charlottesville Opera. This year she joins the Santa Fe Opera Apprentice Program where she will cover the role of Tytania (A Midsummer Night’s Dream) and premiere the role of Agave in Corigliano’s new opera The Lord of Cries.

 

Check out this interview of Leah Brzyski at the Avalon Theatre >> https://fb.watch/8dLWUotAIC/

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