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Glyndebourne Opera Cup semi-finalists announced

Author: Glyndebourne Productions Limited

The semi-finalists for the first Glyndebourne Opera Cup have been announced.

  • The Glyndebourne Opera Cup 2018 semi-finalists | Copyright: © Glyndebourne Productions Limited

    The Glyndebourne Opera Cup 2018 semi-finalists © Glyndebourne Productions Limited

  • The Glyndebourne Opera Cup trophy, designed by Alex Echo. | Copyright: © Glyndebourne Productions Limited. Photographer James Bellorini

    The Glyndebourne Opera Cup trophy, designed by Alex Echo. © Glyndebourne Productions Limited. Photographer James Bellorini

Following a worldwide search that attracted nearly 200 entries, and preliminary rounds in Berlin, London and Philadelphia, 23 singers aged 21-28 have been chosen to compete in the semi-final at Glyndebourne on 22 March.

The singers will be competing for one of 10 places in the final on 24 March, which will be broadcast live on Sky Arts. The overall winner will receive £15,000 and the guarantee of a role within five years at one of the top opera houses represented on the competition jury.

Fourteen nationalities are represented among the semi-finalists, reflecting the international scope of the competition.

The semi-finalists are:

Adèle Charvet 24, mezzo-soprano (France)
Francesca Chiejina 27, soprano (USA)
Jorge Espino 26, baritone (Mexico)
Adriana Gonzalez 26, soprano (Guatemala)
Samantha Hankey 24, mezzo-soprano (USA)
Elbenita Kajtazi 26, soprano (Kosovo)
Dmytro Kalmuchyn 24, baritone (Ukraine)
Aurora Marthens 25, soprano (Finland)
Mirjam Mesak 27, soprano (Estonia)
Denis Milo 27, baritone (Germany)
Jake Muffett 24, baritone (UK)
Diana Newman 28, soprano (USA)
Gemma Ní Bhriain 25, mezzo-soprano (Ireland)
Alexandra Nowakowski 25, soprano (USA/Poland)
Eléonore Pancrazi 27, mezzo-soprano (France)
Emily Pogorelc 21, soprano (USA)
Cody Quattlebaum 24, bass-baritone (USA)
Anita Rosati 24, soprano (Austria)
Carl Rumstadt 25, baritone (Germany)
Jacquelyn Stucker 28, soprano (USA)
Jack Swanson 24, tenor (USA)
Charles Sy 26, tenor (Canada)
Hubert Zapiór 23, baritone (Poland)

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