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The Californian-Italian Mezzo-soprano, Amber Fasquelle, is a leading innovative artist of her generation. Her work as a singer spans the operatic repertoire, early music repertoire, Lied and contemporary traditions. 

Amber joined the Deutsche Oper Berlin for her European debut as a Stipendiat, after winning the 2018 competition of the Opera Foundation in New York City. With the company Amber performed various leading and supporting roles including highlights as: Fox in the Cunning Little Vixen, Flora in La Traviata, and The Musician, with Simon Rattle, in Manon Lescaut.


“Amber is an artist with a heightened musicality, and wonderfully beautiful voice, who possesses a very special presence.”

Thomas Quasthoff


In 2019 Amber was invited by Placido Domingo to join his Opera Studio in Valencia Spain. In 2021 Amber finished her time in Spain on a high note as one of 12 finalists in the international Montserrat Caballe Competition. 

Amber has also worked closely with Theater Freiburg and the Cincinnati Opera, and taken part in world premiere music festivals where she performed leading roles with: Aspen Music Festival, Opera Theater St.Louis, and the Britten-Pears Aldeburgh festival.

Born and raised in San Francisco California, Amber trained at the Oberlin Conservatory, and Cleveland Institute of Music. She pursued her graduate degree at the Cincinnati College Conservatory of music, and was invited to join the Opera Studio of the Paris Opéra de Bastille at the young age of twenty three.

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