Alexandra Deshorties

Alexandra Deshorties Brief Biography

Alexandra Deshorties (born 1975) is a French-Canadian soprano who sings principally opera. She was born in Canada and raised in Marseille, France, where she attended the Conservatory and "where she earned a gold medal/first prize for her performance in vocal juries." She continued her education at the Manhattan School of Music.

A winner of the Metropolitan Opera Council Auditions (and a participant in the National Council Winners Concert on 2 March 1997) at 21, she entered the Metropolitan Opera's Lindemann Young Artist program the following season and made her debut with the company as the High Priestess in Aida on 30 October 1999. She has since appeared in a large number of roles both with the Met (where she sang Elettra (Idomeneo), Konstanze (Die Entfhrung aus dem Serail), The Countess (The Marriage of Figaro), and Fiordiligi (Cos fan tutte) and with other companies throughout the world.

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