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American soprano Alexandra LoBianco, whom the Seattle Times exclaimed “gave an impassioned performance” as the title role in Aida at Seattle Opera, has established herself as a dramatic soprano of unequaled versatility, musicality, and consistency. In the 2023-24 Season, Ms. LoBianco opened the Seattle Symphony’s season, singing Brünnhilde’s Immolation Scene in Götterdämmerung, and, in concert, Shostakovich’s Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (Female Convict), and covered the title role with Boston Symphony Orchestra in Boston and Carnegie Hall. This concert will later be released with Deutsche Grammophon, as well as Verdi’s Messa da Requiem with the Madison Symphony. Recent seasons have included Die Walküre (Brünnhilde) at Seattle Opera, Die Rosenkavalier (Marianne Leitmetzerin) at the Metropolitan Opera, Falstaff (Alice Ford) with the Santa Fe Opera, Hansel and Gretel (Mother) at the Lyric Opera of Chicago, Rusalka (Foreign Princess) at the Canadian Opera Company, the title role in Turandot with Palm Beach Opera and Maryland Lyric Opera, Cavalleria rusticana (Santuzza) with Seattle Opera, the title role in Tosca with Seattle Opera and Portland Opera, Fidelio (Leonore) and Siegfried (Brünnhilde) with North Carolina Opera, The Love for Three Oranges (Fata Morgana) with Des Moines Metro Opera, and Elektra (Overseer and Confidante) at the Metropolitan Opera, as well as the cover of Aida. A native of Saint Petersburg, Florida, Alexandra LoBianco received her education in voice, theater, and clarinet, and currently resides in Chicago, where she trains the next generation of opera singers and advocates for music education.