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Claire Stadtmueller

Soprano singer, Director, Voice-over-artist and concept creator

Using my operatic voice, I address issues like bodily sovereignty and environmental protection. I've blended classical opera with contemporary themes to communicate messages that matter.

I began my musical journey with degrees from the New England Conservatory and the University of Rhode Island, studying under international basso Dimitri Kavrakos. My professional career took off with my debut at Carnegie Hall in Beethoven's "Missa Solemnis," which received high praise.

Following this, I performed in Mozart's "Mass in C Minor" and "Requiem," and took on roles like Tosca in Central Park and Amelia in Verdi's "Un Ballo in Maschera." My Carnegie Hall performances expanded to include Handel's "Israel in Egypt," Mendelssohn's Second Symphony, Bach's "Christmas Oratorio" and "St. Matthew Passion," and Orff's "Carmina Burana."

I've also performed with the Richard Tucker Foundation, at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall, and on NPR's "A Prairie Home Companion" and WGBH Boston's "Classics in the Morning." My roles have included Lucia in "Lucia di Lammermoor," Pamina in "The Magic Flute," and Persephone in the world premiere of Geoffrey Gibbs' "Potnia."

As a recitalist, I've performed at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall, New York City's Trinity Church, and various concert series along the East Coast. My solo CD, "Sweet Peace," has been praised by Frederica von Stade and Ned Rorem, and has been featured on WGBH Boston, WBAI New York, and WHJJ Providence.

Since 2020, I've been creating films that use my operatic voice to express my concepts, addressing contemporary issues through a blend of music and visual art. I'm also an advocate, co-founding 5G Free RI and lobbying for the Clean Atmosphere Act to ban harmful aerosol spraying.

As a voice-over artist, I excel in delivering performances with a classical, neutral American accent, as well as German-accented English and proficient pronunciation in German, Italian, and French. My versatile vocal skills allow me to adapt to various requirements, including complex pharmaceutical names. My career and advocacy work continue to inspire and resonate with audiences.

Claire Stadtmueller
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