Sigrid Boe

soprano

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Biography

Norwegian soprano Sigrid Bøe grew up in Bøfjorden as a daughter of an organist and joined her father’s choir when she was nine. Singing was a significant part of her youth, but she studied musicology for one year before enrolling for a Bachelor study in classical singing. After four years studies with Elisabeth Meyer-Topsøe and Kåre Bjørkøy in Trondheim, she enrolled at the Opera College of Stockholm in 2014 and completed her Master study in 2018 in the class of Anita Soldh.

Sigrid Bøe made her debut at the Royal Swedish Opera in 2016 as Erste Dame/ Die Zauberflöte and was sang the role again in 2017/2018. In the productions of the Opera College of Stockholm she performed Mimì/ La Bohème, Violetta/ La Traviata, Nedda/ I Pagliacci and Clorinda/ La Cenerentola. She portrayed the role of Fingallo at the Vadstena Opera Academy’s production of P.Morandi’s Comala (Swedish premiere) in 2016.

In 2018 she made her role debut as
Micaela/ Carmen at the Kristiansund Opera. In the autumn 2019 she participated in the world premiere of Trygve Brøske’s opera Krenket with Trondheim Opera and in the spring 2020 she will perform Helena/ A midsummer night’s dream with Malmö Opera.

Sigrid Bøe won 2nd prize at the Havets röst competition 2017 in Marienhamn, received the Shell’s Musical Theatre Award 2014 and scholarships from Anders Sveaas’ Foundation, Royal Swedish Academy of Music, Anders Wall Foundation, a.o.


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