Mezzo-soprano Rebecca Krouner joins OSJ’s resident ensemble as an Affiliate Artist during the 2012-13 season, appearing as Prince Orlofsky (Die Fledermaus), Azucena (Il trovatore), the Monitress (Suor Angelica), and La Ciesca (Gianni Schicchi). Ms. Krouner made her company debut last season in La traviata as Annina. Other recent appearances include Cherubino (The Marriage of Figaro) and Javotte (Javotte) for Pocket Opera, Meg (Falstaff) for North Bay Opera and Kate Pinkerton (Madama Butterfly) for Golden Gate Opera. Other roles performed include Clorinda (La Cenerentola) for Pocket Opera and Lady Ella (Patience) for Lamplighters Theater.
On the concert stage, she has appeared with San Francisco’s Earplay in a performance of a contemporary music concert, sang a recital in celebration of Women’s History Month as part of the Art for Goodness Sake concert series in Hayway, and has been a soloist in Open Opera’s Concerts in the Parks.
Ms. Krouner received her BA in Comparative Literature and Italian Studies with magna cum laude honors from Brown University, and her MA in voice from the Manhattan School of Music. Awards received include First Place, Division 1 in the NATs Boston Song Festival in 1994.