Estonian soprano Mirjam Mesak is currently a member of the prestigious Bayerische Staatsoper Opernstudio where she recently made a strong impression on audiences in the title-role of Tchaikovsky’s Iolanta conducted by Alevtina Ioffe at the Cuvilliés Theater.
Her roles on the main stage in the coming season include, amongst others, collaborations with Simon Stone and Kirill Petrenko in a new production of Die tote Stadt and revivals of Richard Jones’ Hänsel und Gretel under Patrick Lange – as Dew Fairy – and Calixto Bieito’s production of Boris Godunov — as Xenia — under Vladimir Jurowski culminating in a new production of Mignon – in which she sings the title-role under Pierre Dumoussaud.
Mirjam Mesak is a graduate of Guildhall School of Music & Drama (First Class Honours) where she studied under the tutelage of Prof. Rudolf Piernay. She has performed as a soloist in several of London’s renowned concert halls such as the Barbican Hall, Milton Court Concert Hall (including as part of the LSO’s ‘This is Rattle’ festival), and Wigmore Hall.
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