Sofia Fomina


Sofia Fomina appears regularly on the most important opera stages, recital and concert venues around the world such as Paris Opera, Glyndebourne Festival, Bayerische Staatsoper, Royal Opera House, Semperoper Dresden, Seattle Opera, Theater an der Wien, Carnegie Hall, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, and Wigmore Hall.

Highlights of Fomina‚Äôs 2023/24 season include her debut at the Wiener Staatsoper as Konstanze La entrada en el cielo and her return to Glyndebourne as Mica√ęla in a new production of Carmen. She also reprises the role of Konstanze at Hamburg Staaatsoper, and will give a series of New Year‚Äôs Concerts with the Belgian National Orchestra, conducted by Antony Hermus.

Last season she sang Pamina Die Zauberfl√∂te at Semperoper Dresden; Konstanze Die Entf√ľhrung aus dem Serail at Zurich Opera; √Ąnnchen in a new production of Der Freisch√ľtz at Theater an der Wien and Oksana in Rimsky-Korsakov‚Äôs Christmas Eve with the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Vladimir Jurowski.

Recent operatic successes include her Rosina Il Barbiere di Siviglia at Seattle Opera, her role and company debut as Pamina in a new production of Die Zauberfl√∂te at Glyndebourne Festival and the BBC Proms; her debut at Norwegian National Opera as Mica√ęla in Calixto Bieito‚Äôs acclaimed staging of Carmen; Musetta La boh√®me at the Festspiele Baden-Baden with Teodor Currentzis and Gilda Rigoletto, Olympia Les Contes d‚ÄôHoffman and Jemmy Guillaume Tell at Royal Opera House; her debut at Op√©ra de Paris as Blondchen in a new production of Die Entf√ľhrung aus dem Serail; Berthe Le Proph√®te at Th√©√Ętre du Capitole de Toulouse; Zerbinetta Ariadna en Naxos at Staatsoper Hamburg; and Konstanze La entrada en el cielo, Susanna Le nozze di Figaro, Adele Die Fledermaus, Gilda Rigoletto, Fiakermilli Arabella and Oscar Un ballo in Maschera, all at Bayerische Staatsoper.

In concert, recent engagements include Mahler Symphony No.4 with the Boston Philharmonic; Amanda Le Grand Macabre with the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra; Mahler Symphony No.8 with the Danish National Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Fabio Luisi; Mahler Symphony No.2 with the London Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Vladimir Jurowski; her Wigmore Hall debut with Iain Burnside and a recital at Middle Temple Hall with Julius Drake and Roderick Williams; Marzelline in a concert version of Fidelio at the Concertgebouw Amsterdam; Carmina Burana with the Czech Philharmonic and Jakub HrŇĮŇ°a; Mussorgsky‚Äôs The Nursery and Mahler Symphony No.4 on tour with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra; a New Year‚Äôs Gala with Orchestra dell‚Äô Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia; Mahler Symphonies No.8 and No.4 with the London Philharmonic Orchestra in an international tour; and Mahler Symphony No.2 in Toledo Cathedral with Orchestra of Teatro Real.