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Trained at New York’s Juilliard School and Bayerische Staatsoper’s Opernstudio, Golda Schultz then performed various roles, including Countess Almaviva at Wiener Staatsoper, Opernhaus Zürich and Glyndebourne Festival Opera, Sophie (Der Rosenkavalier) at Salzburger Festspiele and New National Theatre Tokyo, Sophie (Der Rosenkavalier) at the Salzburg Festival and the New Theater in Tokyo, Clara in Jake Heggie’s It’s A Wonderful Life at San Francisco Opera, Liù (Turandot) at Wiener Staatsoper and Bayerische Staatsoper, Vitellia (La clemenza di Tito) at the Salzburg Festival, Pamina (The Magic Flute), Nanetta (Falstaff), Clara (Porgy and Bess) and Sophie and Anne Trulove (The Rake’s Progress) at New York Metropolitan Opera.
Her concert highlights include the Los Angeles and the New York Philharmonic Orchestras, the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Danish National Symphony Orchestra. In 2020, she was the star soloist of The Last Night of the BBC Proms and, in 2022, she performed at the Salzburg Festival in Schubert’s 6th Mass.
In season 2022/23, Golda Schultz will make her debut at the Chicago Lyric Opera as Micaëla (Carmen) and her role debut as Madame Lidoine (Dialogues des carmélites) in Glyndebourne. Then she will return at the Metropolitan Opera to portray Adina (L’Elisir d'amore) and at the Vienna Staatsoper as Pamina.
In concert, she will wing with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra in Sibelius’s Luonnotar and Mahler’s Symphonie n°2, and with the Boston Symphony Orchestra (also Luonnotar) at the Boston Symphony Hall and the New York Carnegie Hall, with the Tonkünstler Orchestra in Haydn’s Seasons, and with the Orchestre philharmonique de Radio France in Mahler’s Symphonie n°2. In 2022, she released with pianiste Jonathan Ware her first solo album, “This Be Her Verse” (Alpha Classics).
Paris Opera debut
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