The Swiss soprano Regula Mühlemann rose quickly to prominence in the mid-2010s having a very clear tone that was ideally showcased in lighter Mozart and Italian bel canto roles. Mühlemann was created on January 7, 1986, in the small city of Adligenswil, near Lucerne. She analyzed in Lucerne, with Barbara Locher in the city’s conservatory, and offers continued to create her house in the town. Mühlemann began showing up in operatic productions while she was still students, and a sign of what to come was presented with when she reached the finalist level in the 2008 Prix Credit Suisse Youthful Soloists competition. She completed her master’s level in the Lucerne Conservatory this year 2010 and was quickly taking a selection of roles in the city’s opera home and beyond. In 2012 she made an appearance in Baden-Baden, Germany, as Nanetta in Verdi’s Falstaff, with Rolando Villazón, which year also noticed her Salzburg Event debut inside a function by modern composer Peter von Wintertime. Later she came back to Baden-Baden for a fresh creation of Mozart’s The Magic Flute executed by Sir Simon Rattle. Mühlemann is a main appeal on concert levels aswell. A concert appearance using the Chicago Symphony Orchestra under Manfred Honeck proclaimed her U.S. debut. She’s made several performances on the Lucerne Celebration in such functions as the Petite Messe Solenelle of Rossini, and she documented that function for the Sony Classical label in 2014. Agreed upon compared to that label, she released an record of Mozart arias in 2016. This program, comprising little-known concert arias and obscure operatic choices, with just Exsultate jubilate, K. 165, from the regular Mozart cannon, showcases Mühlemann’s tone of voice intelligently. The record earned important raves and gained the sought after Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik in 2017, where time the near future appeared shiny for the youthful Swiss soprano. Mühlemann provides appeared within an unusual film version of Gluck’s Orfeo, filmed on area in Prague.