Though American soprano Emily Magee launched her career using the Chicago Lyric Opera as Fiordiligi in Mozart’s Cosí fan tutte, she’s largely built her career in Europe and has already established great success in the operas of Wagner and Richard Strauss. Having said that, the range of her profession is huge: her repertory encompasses assignments in the operas of Verdi, Puccini, Dvorák, Tchaikovsky, Johann Strauss, Jr., Korngold, Britten, Janácek, Martinu, and many more; and while she’s been active generally on the main operatic levels in European countries, Magee has made an appearance in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA and Tokyo, and she came back to Chicago for many further performances, including a planned February 2011 functionality of Lohengrin (Elsa). Magee possesses a radiant, rather effective soprano voice that may easily hold its against the orchestra in seriously scored passages. She’s documented for EMI Classics, Arthaus Musik, Teldec, Euroarts, and TDK. Emily Magee was created in NEW YORK on Oct 31, 1965. She researched music at Westminster Choir University and Indiana College or university Jacobs College of Music, where her most significant instructor was the iconic American soprano Margaret Harshaw. Magee’s 1995 debut using the Chicago Lyric Opera was accompanied by several other essential and similarly acclaimed debuts, including on the Berlin-based Staatsoper unter den Linden in 1996 (Elsa) as well as the 1997 Bayreuth Celebration (Eva in Pass away Meistersinger). Magee came back to Bayreuth each year through 2002, performing Eva, and, in 1998 just, as Freia in Das Rheingold. She’d eventually show up at such main opera homes as the Teatro alla Scala, Teatro del Liceu in Barcelona, the Vienna Condition Opera, Hamburg Condition Opera, Covent Backyard, the Bavarian Condition Opera as well as the Zurich Opera Home. Magee regularly shows up in Zurich: her 2003 functionality of Elektra there is extremely acclaimed, as had been many later shows, including the spectacular 2005 Britten Peter Grimes (Ellen Orford), 2006 Richard Strauss Ariadne auf Naxos (Primadonna/Ariadne), as well as the 2008 Martinu The Greek Interest (Katerina). Magee debuted on the Salzburg Celebration in August 2008 within a functionality of Dvorák’s Rusalka, where she sang the Foreign Princess, with Franz Welser-Möst performing the Cleveland Orchestra. Among Magee’s afterwards recordings is normally her 2009 TDK Dvd movie of Strauss’ Ariadne auf Naxos. Her portrayal of Ariadne, attracted from live shows on the Zurich Opera Home in Dec 2006, drew rave testimonials throughout the world. Despite the needs of her mainly European-based profession, Magee lives in Boulder, CO.