Vocalist - Soprano

Soprano Audrey Luna, who Opera News says “has power and a blazing coloratura facility that most lyric sopranos can only dream of,” continues to be one of the opera world’s most exciting artists. In her triumphant performance of Ariel in The Tempest at the Metropolitan Opera, the New York Times said: “Mr. Adès’s Ariel is a dazzling creation, and Ms. Luna conquers the role.” Her performance as Ariel in this production of The Tempest is available on DVD on Deutsche Grammophon; the DVD was awarded a French Diapason d’Or, and the audio recording won a 2014 Grammy Award, “Best Opera Recording.”


Posted: Jan-27-2014
Latest News

Soprano Audrey Luna will sing the soprano solo in Carl Orff's Carmina Burana in concert with the Cleveland Orchestra on Saturday, August 25th. Ms. Luna is joined by soloists Matthew Plenk and Elliot Madore, and led by Adrien Perruchon and the Blossom Festival Chorus. 

Posted: Aug-21-2018
Latest Acclaim

"Audrey Luna was a commanding presence as the Controller, who oversees and reports events. Ms. Luna has a crystal clear, pliant soprano that has to be among the purist and most finely spun in the business. From the stratospheric top notes to a gleaming middle voice to a secure bottom range, this prodigiously gifted singer imbued every phrase with ravishing vocalizing. Her fine sense of legato caressed the numerous melismatic passages in the role, but when it came time for spitfire commentary, she hurled out bolts of sound penetrating well into the wild blue yonder."

— Opera Today
Posted: Sep-18-2018
Latest Recording

Soprano Audrey Luna performs alongside the Calder Quartet in composer Peter Eotvos' "The Siren's Cycle", based on James Joyce's Ulysses, and "Korrespondenz", which the composer describes as ''a mini opera for string quartet'', since it's based on the correspondence between Leopold and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Posted: Jan-23-2018
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Posted: Mar-2-2017