American lyric soprano Sylvia D’Eramo, a recent laureate of the Metropolitan Opera Lindemann Young Artist Development Program, has already made mainstage debuts at the Metropolitan Opera, The Santa Fe Opera, Palm Beach Opera, Lyric Opera of Kansas City, and The Philadelphia Orchestra, among others. Her voice is lauded for its “purity of timbre, the brilliance of its highs and the powerful lyricism of its line…sonorous nuances that give way to sumptuously ethereal pianissimi” (Olyrix).

In the 2023/24 season, D’Eramo joins Theater St. Gallen to create the role of Gerda Wegener in Lili Elbe, a world premiere by Tobias Picker. In St. Gallen she makes another eagerly anticipated role debut as Elvira in Ernani led by maestro Modestas Pitrenas. She reprises her acclaimed performances of Kitty/Vanessa in Kevin Puts’ The Hours, which she originated last season in the Metropolitan Opera’s world-premiere production, and joins the Jacksonville Symphony as Micaëla in Gregory Keller’s production of Carmen. On the concert stage, D’Eramo performs concerts in Maribor and Ljubljana, presents a Puccini program with tenor Jonathan Tetelman at Rudolfinum Dvořák Hall in Prague, and sings Strauss’ sumptuous Vier letzte Lieder in St. Gallen conducted by Modestas Pitrenas.

Last season, in addition to her performances in The Hours, Sylvia D’Eramo was heard at the Met as Musetta in La bohème conducted by Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin. She was Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni at North Carolina Opera and Maddalena de Coigny in Andrea Chénier at Theater St.Gallen. She appeared in concert with Martin Muehle in Andermatt, Switzerland; alongside Jonathan Tetelman at the Tivoli Symphony Orchestra in Copenhagen; and with Evan LeRoy Johnson at Musikfest Bremen.