Susannah Haberfeld

Susannah Haberfeld studied voice, drama and contemporary dance at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester and then perfected her skills at the Opera Studio in Biel (Switzerland) and the European Academy of Music in Aix-en-Provence. She has performed in Great Britain, France, Austria, Germany, Finland, Israel and Switzerland.
She sang in Victor Fenigstein’s Der Heilige Johanna der Schlachthöfe in Berne and Luxembourg, The Magic Flute (the Third Lady) in Berne, Rouen, Caen, Padua and Lisbon, Black Tell (2002 Universal Exhibition in Switzerland), Die Fledermaus (Orlofsky), in Lucerne, Samson et Dalila at the Berliner Philharmonie, From the House of the Dead at Vienna’s Theater an der Wien, Milan’s La Scala and the Aix Festival, The Marriage of Figaro (Cherubino) and Eugene Onegin (Olga) at the Halle Opera, Peter Grimes (Mrs. Sedley) at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in Düsseldorf, The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny (Leokadja Begbick) in Tel-Aviv, Bruno Strobl’s Sara und ihre Männer at the Carrintischer Sommer in Ossiach, Rigoletto (Maddalena) at the Longborough Festival, Le Comte Ory (Ragonde) and Gianni Schicchi (Zita) at the Biel/Solothurn Theatre.
She has sung under the direction of many renowned directors and conductors including Peter Brook, Claudio Abbado, Daniel Harding, Patrice Chéreau, Pierre Boulez, Cihan Inan, Hendrik Müller, Barbara Rucha, Yoshi Oida, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Frank Hilbrich, Dieter Kaegi, Omri Nitzan and David Stern. Susannah Haberfeld also performs a vast repertoire of Lieder and oratorios as well as educational concerts for children.