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The Austria based Portuguese soprano Ana Caseiro focuses her career on contemporary repertoire. In the 2022 season she debuted in Vienna (AT) and in October in Budapest (HU) in the role of Justine singing the Austrian and Hungarian premieres of the J. Widmann’s opera “Das Gesicht im Spiegel”, as well as the Opera of Graz with the world premiere of two operas - Alemany’s “Glucklich, die wissen…” and Samanli’s “The Patron Saint of Liars” in Oper der Zukunft - Zeit.Vergänglich. She performed in the New Opera Days Ostrava Festival in Luigi Nono's "Prometeo. Tragedia dell'ascolto" and in Petr Kotik’s 6 hour music theater piece “Many Many Women”. This piece was also recorded for the Czech Radio and performed again in New York. 

In 2023 Ana Caseiro performed the role of 5. Magd in "Elektra" by R. Strauss in Casa da Música and the role of Mutter in „Geschichte“ by O. Strasnoy in the Opera of Graz. 

Parallel to her contemporary music path Ana Caseiro performs roles such as Mimi from G. Puccini’s “La Bohème” (Savaria Symphony Orchestra in Szombathely, Hungary 2022), or the role of Branghien in “Le vin herbé” by Frank Martin (Casa da Música, Portugal 2021). Other roles she has in her repertoire are Adina (“L’elisir d’amore”, G. Donizetti), Venus (“Orphée dans l’enfer”, J. Offenbach), Contessa (“Le Nozze di Figaro”, W. A. Mozart), Lisette (“La Rondine”, G. Puccini) among others.


She performs in stagings by directors like Olivier Tambosi, Ingo Kerkhof, Christoph Zauner and Carlos Wagner and works together with conductors like Marc Piollet, Walter Kobera, Léo Warynski and Leonhard Garms. 


She studied singing in Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel with Dina Grossberger and at the Kunstuniversität Graz with Ulf Bästlein. There she is currently specializing in Performance Practice in Contemporary Music with Holger Falk and Klangforum Wien. 


She attended masterclasses with Sarah Maria Sun, Sarah Wegener, Neil Semer, Christianne Stotijn, Anne Sofie von Otter, Julius Drake and Charles Spencer.


Ana Caseiro has been awarded scholarships by Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian (2021-2023) and Fundação GDA (2018-2019).

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