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STIPENDIER

Anders Wall

Lars Lönndahl

Royal Academy of Music, Stockholm

Familjen Gustaf Tobison

Kristina Nilsson youth scholarship

Folkoperans publikpris

Reginateaterns publikpris

PRESENTATION

Emilia Feldt is an appreciated Swedish soprano educated at The University College of Opera (Operahögskolan), Stockholm, Sweden.

Possessing a range of over three octaves and an arresting stage presence, Emilia’s repertoire embraces works from the Baroque to the contemporary. In great demand in both Sweden and abroad she began her career at Folkoperan (Stockholm) in 2007 were she also performed Adina (L’elisir d’amore) in 2009. Her other major roles include Pamina (Die Zauberflöte), Norina (Don Pasquale), Musetta (La Boheme) and Susanna (Le nozze di Figaro) amongst others.

Emilia Feldt has performed at many renowned stages in Sweden including The Royal Opera, Folkoperan, Berwaldhallen, Confidencen (Ulriksdal’s Castle Theatre) as well as Läckö Castle Opera and she has also appeared on numerous international stages such as in Budapest, Prag, Helsinki and Berlin.

Miss Feldt is also a much appreciated concert soloist performing parts like Förklädd Gud in Berwaldhallen (Stockholm), Fauré’s Requiem on several stages such as Klara Kyrka (Stockholm), St. Nicholas’ Deanery Church/Chrám Svatého Mikuláse (Prague) and Mozart’s Requiem in Riddarholmskyrkan as well as Katarina Kyrka in Stockholm. Other major stages include The Stockholm Globe Arena and the sold out 10 000 audience arena Scandinavium (Gothenburg).

In addition to her numerous concert appearances Miss Feldt is frequently performing at major public and private events and galas. Recent concert highlights have included the 250 years anniversary of The Order of Innocence and The 100 year anniversary of Nordiska Kompaniet (NK) in Stockholm. She has a well-established cooperation with popular stages and event locations such as The Hallwyl Palace in Stockholm and repeatedly appears at The Stockholm City Hall, The House of Nobility (Riddarhuset) and The Stockholm Royal Palace.