"Soprano Sangeetha Ekambaram lacked nothing in vocal power or beauty of line in the role of Pamina. Her voice was beautifully supported across its range and she conveyed the emotional range superbly."
-CNVC Arts Journal

About Me

Soprano Sangeetha Ekambaram most recently performed the role of Laetitia (The Old Maid and the Thief) and in the opening gala concert at the Amadeo Bassi Festival. She performed duets by Heinrich Marschner (Centaur Records) with baritone Jeffrey Williams and pianist/conductor Jennifer McGuire, which was released in January 2021. In the fall of 2021, she will perform Chrysothemis in "A Look at Elektra", an event sponsored by the New York Chamber Music Festival.

Other recent concert engagements include the role of Cinderella in Martin Warren's The True Story of Cinderella and in concert with renowned flamenco singer Chayito Champion in an evening of Spanish classical repertoire.

On the operatic stage, she has also performed roles such as Mimì (La Bohème), Pamina (Die Zauberflöte), Antonia (Les Contes d'Hoffmann), Madame Herz (Der Schauspieldirektor), 1st French Woman in the world premiere of Eleanor and the 1st Calaveras in Frida. With a combination of robust sustaining power and effortless vocal flexibility, she is capable of taking on a wide range of repertoire and shines particularly in bel canto.

While active on the opera stage, she enjoys a parallel career as a concert and oratorio soloist across North America and Europe. She most recently performed concerts with artists such as Anthony Gian di Tomasso and Jennifer McGuire.

More About Me

Check out Sangeetha's interview with Classic Jabber.
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