Beatrice Orler

Beatrice Orler


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«And indeed does not Beatrice Orler with her Carmen open our ears, hearts and a little more? Sensual, fiery and acquisitive she grabs hold of Bizet's music, Don José - and her audience. Erotic, beautiful, poignant and provocatively annoying! In a good way (…)»
Politico.dk (2017)
«...This happens mainly through Beatrice Orler in the title role, who has a beautiful and nuanced voice and a phenomenal way to move across the stage. There are times where I find myself wondering whether it is really Ola Horling driving this production forward or actually Beatrice Orler.»
Kristiansdagsbladet (2017)
«...the show's greatest heroines are the three swimming ladies - Vivianne Holmberg, Cornelia Beskow and Beatrice Orler. The scene where they in silence swim away side by side in the, by then, dark water after having witnessed what was never supposed to happen - is purely unforgettable and beautiful.»
dagens nyheter (2017)
2015Bizet: CarmenCarmen
2014Bernstein: Trouble in Tahiti1st Trio Member
2013Wagner R.: Das RheingoldFlosshilde
2013Mozart: Die Zauberflöte3. Dame
2013Mozart: RequiemAlto
2012Bernstein: Trouble in Tahiti1st Trio Member


Beatrice Orler

was born and raised in Stockholm, Sweden.
She made her stage debut at the age of six, playing the part of
Lisabet in Madicken at Göta Lejon in Stockholm and continued
to take part in several productions and tours. Her musical
education started at the Adolf Fredrik Music School, where
she was also a part of the Adolf Fredrik Girls Choir. Beatrice
went on to study at the Music Conservatoire in Strasbourg,
France, with Marie-Madeleine Koebelé as her voice teacher,
followed by studies at the Stockholm Musikgymnasium, where
she was awarded the Marianne Hillerudh Scholarship her final
year. After the Stockholm Musikgymnasium, Beatrice got
accepted to the Stockholm Operastudio, where she graduated
in 2009.                        

During her studies at the Stockholm Operastudio, Beatrice performed the parts of Hänsel
in Humperdinck’s Hänsel und Gretel, Amastre in Händel’s Xerxes, Poppea in
Monteverdi’s L’Incoronazione di Poppea, Orpheus in Gluck’s Orpheus & Eurydice and
Clara in Pasatieri’s Signor Deluso. She was also one of the students portrayed in the radio
show “Såpoperastudion”, which aired on Swedish Radio’s channel P2. For her
examination she got two major roles to perform; Tatyana in Tchaikovsky’s Eugen Onegin
and Paride in Gluck’s Paride ed Elena. Both for which she was highly praised.

From 2010 to 2013, Beatrice studied at the University College of Opera in Stockholm. She
performed scenes from Cenerentola (as Angelina, Rossini), La Clemenza di Tito (Annio,
Mozart), Die Zauberflöte (Third Lady, Mozart), The rape of Lucretia (Lucretia, Britten),
Hänsel und Gretel (Hänsel, Humperdinck) and also major scenes from Carmen (Carmen,
Bizet). While a student at the Opera School, Beatrice was part of the production of
Bernstein’s Trouble in Tahiti at the Royal Swedish Opera, where she sang as a Trio
Member as well as covered the lead role of Dinah.

In the summer of 2013, Beatrice sang the part of Flosshilde in Wagner’s Das Rheingold
with the Dalhalla Opera (the final show was aired live throughout the world). The same
summer, a new opera, ”Between a rock and a hard place” by Philip Miller, had its world
premiere with the Cape Town Opera, South Africa. Beatrice performed the role of the
Registrar, a role which was specifically written for her. The season of 2013/2014 she was
engaged at the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm singing the role of Caterina in Peter
Shaffer’s Amadeus. She was also the singing voice of the title role in the play Gertrude.
She also reprised the role of trio member in Trouble in Tahiti with the Gothenburg
Symphony Orchestra and conductor Kent Nagano in 2014.

Among her recent engagements is the title role of Carmen with Skånska Operan. The
production was incredibly successful and went on for 23 sold out performances in Sweden.
The show was also performed at the Copenhagen Opera Festival. 

In the summer of  2016 she took part in the International Vocal Arts Institut in Montréal and their intensive young artist program and in 2018 Beatrice was again invited to Montréal and IVAI's summer program and music festival. She was the cover for Madame de la Haltière in their production of Massenet's Cendrillon and she also performed in numerous concerts. She performed as More Marie in "Dialouges des Carmelites" (Poulenc) and Augusta in "The ballad of Baby Doe" (Moore) in excerpts from the operas at the final Gala Concert.  

Beatrice studies in Stockholm with voice teacher Erik Årman and in New York with voice teacher Mignon Dunn and coach Joan Dornemann.

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CV & Repertoire

Musical Work Role Jump-in ready? Company Year
Bizet: Carmen Carmen No Skanska Operan 2015
Bernstein: Trouble in Tahiti 1st Trio Member 1 week Göteborgs Symfoniker 2014
Wagner R.: Das Rheingold Flosshilde 1 week Dalhalla Opera Festival 2013
Mozart: Die Zauberflöte 3. Dame 1 week 2013
Mozart: Requiem Alto 1 week 2013


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