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Zoé Albrecht is a coloratura soprano of German and Chilean descent who has been praised for her glimmering sound and elegant stage presence (De Kogge, 2014).
In 2022 she is to be seen and heard as Die Königin der Nacht as well as Erste Dame in the Kammeroper Hamburg (Allee Theater)’s production of Die Kleine Zauberflöte.
In 2021 she made her debut in the role of Serpina in Camerata de'Bardi van Nederland's production of La Serva Padrona and also sang and played the role of Annalena with the Kammeroper Köln in their production of Papageno's Zauberwelt.
In 2019 Zoé was awarded the role of Die Königin der Nacht, after winning the Opernspiele Munot Competition. She will be debuting in this role in OSM’s production of Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte in August of 2022.
She made her operatic debut in 2014 in the roles of Euridice (Orfeo ed Euridice) and Ilia (Idomeneo) with Kogge Klassiek in Spierdijk, The Netherlands. Since then she has sung several roles in concert including Lucia Ashton, Gilda, Cleopatra, Lakmé and Die Königin der Nacht. She also played the role of Caterina Cavalieri/Konstanze in the 2016 Schlossfestspiele Ribbeck production of Shaffer’s Amadeus.
Zoé has obtained degrees in Classical Music at the University of Chichester and International Communication Management at the University of The Hague, as well as following a private vocal education. She has since worked with renowned voice teachers, coaches and conductors including James McCray, Cheryl Studer and Axel Kober. She speaks fluent German, English, Italian and Dutch.
In her early years Zoé studied the piano and was part of the children's choir at the Bavarian National Opera where she discovered her passion for opera and the stage.