Leandra Ramm



Renowned mezzo-soprano Leandra Ramm eagerly returns to Opera San José after captivating audiences last season as Anybodys in West Side Story. Her earlier contributions to the company include Mercedes (cover) in Carmen, and Cherubino (cover) in Le nozze di Figaro. Praised for her “beautiful and quite moving” performances (Nordstjernan Newspaper) and “brilliant” artistry (San Francisco Classical Voice), she has showcased her talents at esteemed venues such as San Francisco Opera, Zellerbach Hall, and Carnegie Hall.  

Taking the stage with San Francisco Symphony, she served as alto soloist in Bach’s Magnificat in 2023 under Jane Glover’s baton, was soloist in Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas and starred in ‘Ecstasy’ in 2022, presented at Soundbox. This season, Ramm shines in diverse productions, including First Witch in Dido’s Ghost and Dido and Aeneas with Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Third Lady in The Magic Flute with Livermore Valley Opera, Lapak in The Cunning Little Vixen with Pocket Opera, and alto soloist in Elijah with San Francisco City Chorus.  

Her repertoire showcases versatility, portraying roles such as the Squirrel/White Cat/Shepherd in L’enfant et les sortilèges with Pacific Symphony, and Serafina/Spirit Woman in La Llorona with Opera Cultura. Ramm is known for her genuine portrayals of “pants roles” and has received acclaim for Rooster and Blue Jay in The Cunning Little Vixen with West Edge Opera, and Prince Orlofksy in Die Fledermaus with Pocket Opera. www.LeandraRamm.com Social Media: @LeandraRamm 

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