Considered as one of the world’s leading dramatic mezzo-sopranos, Susanne Resmark has worked in many major theatres around the world with many of the world’s leading conductors including Herbert Blomstedt, Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, Semyon Bychkov, Michael Schønwandt, Valery Gergiev, Kent Nagano and Michael Boder.
In the current season Susanne Resmark will return to the Metropolitan Opera as Ragonde (Le Comte Ory) under Maurizio Benini, sing Ježibaba (Rusalka) with Goteborgs Operan, Ulrika (Un ballo in maschera) with the Royal Opera Stockholm, Mère Marie (Dialogues des Carmélites) with Bayerische Staatsoper under Kent Nagano, La Zia Principessa (Suor Angelica) with the Royal Danish Opera and Mrs Quickly (Falstaff) at the Glyndebourne Festival. This season also sees performances of Verdi’s Requiem with the Taiwan Philharmonic Orchestra under Shao-Chia Lu
"There are formidable Glyndebourne debuts here too, [including] a basso profundo of a Land Army Mistress Quickly in the stentorian yet agile and nuanced singing of Susanne Resmark." (Hilary Finch, The Times, May 2013)
"For the first time, Resmark has taken on a dramatic soprano role. She sang the part quite naturally, with a strong high register without shrillness or wobble, a voice capable of rising above the full choir and orchestra in the Easter refrain." (Cavalleria Rusticana, Det Kongelige Theater - ConcertoNet, December 2011)
"The whole cast was strong, including Susanne Resmark, a warm, dark-hued Swedish mezzo-soprano, in her Met debut as Ragonde." (Anthony Tommasini, The New York Times, March 2011)
"Voices of Wagnerian proportions are required in the later scenes – and Susanne Resmark does not fail to hurl her voice over the orchestra pit as if the notes were fiery comets falling on the Earth." (Classical.net)