Amelie Aldner (b. Aldenheim) was in 2019 a fellow at the prestigiuos vocal program of the Ravinia Steans Music Institute in Chicago, USA, where she perfomed in concerts and sang in a masterclass led by soprano Angel Blue.
She was also recently seen in LidalNorth's production of Mozart's La clemenza di Tito where she did the role of Sesto.
Mrs. Aldner was engaged as a soloist at The Norwegian Opera and Ballet in 2009-2014. She made her debut at the Opera House while being a student at The Academy of Opera in Oslo where she graduated with the role Le prince charmant in Cendrillon by J. Massenet.
She performed in the DVD-recording of L'incoronazione di Poppea by C. Monteverdi at The Norwegian Opera and Ballet released in 2012. She has also studied at The Norwegian Academy of Music and she is an experienced lied- and concert singer. Among her concert repertoire are famous works such as Berlioz's Les nuits d'ètè and Mahler's Rückertlieder as well as lesser known Scandinavian repertoire such as Gösta Nystroem's Sånger vid havet.
In 2017 Amelie released her first CD; «At Midnight Hour» with organist Marcus André Berg. The album contains works from sacred music, liedera and opera.
Mrs Aldner is also an active singer of oratorio and has during the last years sung Requiem by G. Verdi Stabat Mater by Rossini and Händel's Messiah. In november 2019 she will perform in Petite messe solennelle by Rossini.
Amelie won First Prize in the Grand Prize Virtuoso International Music Competition in Brussels in 2018. She has also received several prices and schoolarships from among others The Royal Academy of Music in Stockholm and Fund for Performing Artist in Oslo. She has worked with conductors such as Rinaldo Alessandrini, John Helmer Fiore, Robert Howarth, Stefan Klingele, Alessandro DeMarchi, Rudolph Piehlmayer, Peter Szilvay, Magnus Loddgard and Christian Badea. And directors such as Stefan Herheim, Ole-Anders Tandberg, Thaddeus Strassberger, Paul Curran, Stein Winge, Jo Strømgren, Valentina Carrasco from La fura dels Baus, Hilde Andersen and Victoria Bohman-Larsen.