Ann Pangulias is a growing American soprano, attracting interest for her superb performances in an array of operas. She graduated from Oberlin University Conservatory and received her master’s at the brand new Britain Conservatory of Music. She 1st came to interest as a local First Place champion (New Britain) in the 1985 Metropolitan Opera Auditions. She’s appeared in various opera businesses in the U.S. and European countries, and also can be in demand like a recitalist and orchestra concert vocalist. She started her professional profession using the San Francisco-based Merola Opera System in 1986. She after that joined the Traditional western Opera Theatre, with which she toured for just two years. Her debut using the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Opera is at Wagner’s Parsifal in 1988. She earned great essential acclaim as Alban Berg’s Lulu at SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in 1989 and in 1991 sung Natasha in Prokofiev’s Battle and Peacefulness, also in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, a performance that’s referred to as a triumph. Her Western debut was also in Lulu (Teatro La Fenice, Venice). Additional tasks and theaters where she’s sung them are: Poppea in Monteverdi’s L’Incoronazione di Poppea (Dallas Opera, Montpelier); Gilda in Verdi’s Rigoletto (LA Music Middle Opera, SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Opera); Rosina in Rossini’s The Barber of Seville (Hawaii Opera); Norina in Donizetti’s Don Pasquale (Hand Seaside); Nedda in I Pagliacci (Pittsburgh); Musetta in La bohème (SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, Santa Fe); Catherine in Weill’s Der Protagonist and Jenny in the same composer’s Rise and Fall of the town of Mahagonny (her debut part in the Metropolitan). Additional uncommon operas in her repertory are Henze’s Der Prinz von Homburg, David Lang’s Contemporary Painters, Weill’s Pass away Bürgschaft, as well as the name part of Janácek’s Escapades of Bystroushka the Vixen. Like a concert designer, she’s sung Orff’s Carmina Burana, Handel’s Messiah, Goltenthal’s Open fire, Drinking water, and Paper, the Mozart Requiem, Ryuichi Sakamoto’s Existence, and Shostakovich’s Fourteenth Symphony.