Mezzo-soprano Corinna Scheurle has been a permanent member of the ensemble at the Bavarian State Opera in Munich since the 2019/2020 season.
After her Bachelor’s degree from the University of the Arts in Berlin, she graduated Master at the August Everding Theatre Academy in Munich with Prof. Kammersängerin Christiane Iven and went from there to the opera studio of the Staatsoper Unter den Linden in Berlin, where she played parts like the Sandman (HANSEL AND GRETEL), Ines (IL TROVATORE), 2nd Lady (THE MAGIC FLUTE), Marcellina (THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO), Annina (LA TRAVIATA) and Second Attendant (MEDEA).
She made her house debut at the National Theatre in Munich as Lucienne (DIE TOTE STADT) and Tisbe (LA CENERENTOLA). Further roles include Annina in LA TRAVIATA, Hansel in HANSEL AND GRETEL, Soeur Mathilde in LES DIALOGUES DES CARMÉLITES, Flower Girl in PARSIFAL, Alisa in LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR and Turnspit in RUSALKA.
Future engagements include Tamiri in Mozart’s IL RE PASTORE at the Mozart Week in Salzburg (conductor: Ivor Bolton) and 2nd Lady in Mozart’s MAGIC FLUTE at the Glyndebourne Festival under the direction of Constantin Trinks.
Guest engagements have taken the young artist to the Bregenz Festival with Marcellina (THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO), the Rheinsberg Chamber Opera with Ruggiero (ALCINA), the Festival Theatre at Baden-Baden with 2nd Lady (THE MAGIC FLUTE) and the Tirol Festival with the Turnspit (RUSALKA).
Corinna Scheurle has worked with noted conductors such as Daniel Barenboim, Giampaolo Bisanti, Attilio Cremonesi, Thomas Guggeis, Alessandro de Marchi, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Kirill Petrenko, Eva Pons, Alexander Prior, Ivan Repušić, Ulf Schirmer and Joachim Tschiedel and gained valuable insights from such directors as Andrea Breth, Achim Freyer, Frank Hilbrich, Florentine Klepper, Balàzs Kovalik, Hans Neuenfels, Isabel Ostermann and Bartlett Sher.
Her concert activities have taken her to the Staatskapelle Berlin, the Bavarian State Orchestra, the Orchestra of the Komische Oper Berlin, the Vorarlberg Symphony Orchestra, the Potsdam Chamber Academy, the Chamber Orchestra of Europe, the Munich Radio Orchestra and a chamber ensemble of the NDR Orchestra at the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg.
Opera is complemented for the young singer by frequent Lieder recitals, which she has given at such venues as the Konzerthaus Berlin, the Lille Opera, Schattenburg Feldkirch, Salon Christophori Berlin, the Vorarlberg Museum in Bregenz, the Mendelssohn House in Leipzig and for the Chopin Society at the Literaturhaus in Darmstadt. She works closely with pianists Akemi Murakami and Klara Hornig.
Corinna Scheurle won first prize in her fach at the 2017 Kulturkreis Gasteig Musikpreis awards. She received the prize of the Association of Vocal Teachers in the course of the nationwide competition in Berlin in 2018 and was semi-finalist in the 2015 Neue Stimmen International Singing Competition. She was also a scholarship holder of the Vorarlberg Wagner Association and the Hans and Eugenia Jütting Foundation in Stendal.
|Cherubini||MEDEA||zweite Begleiterin Dircés|
|Donizetti||LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR||Alisa|
|Dvořák||RUSALKA||Der Küchenjunge (Kuchtik)|
|Humperdinck||HÄNSEL UND GRETEL||Hänsel, Sandmännchen|
|Jost||DIE ARABISCHE NACHT||Fatima Mansur|
|Monteverdi||IL RITORNO D´ULISSE IN PATRIA||Penelope|
|Mozart||DIE ZAUBERFLÖTE||Zweite Dame|
|LE NOZZE DI FIGARO||Marcellina|
|Sarti||FRA I DUE LITIGANTI IL TERZO GODE||Dorina|
|Svoboda||DER UNGLAUBLICHE SPOTZ||Einstein|