Susannah Biller

 In the 2011-2012 season soprano Susannah Biller made her New York debut as Fortuna in Christopher Alden’s production of Il sogno di Scipione with Gotham Chamber Opera, sang in the West Coast premiere of Death and the Powers by Tod Machover, and returned to San Francisco Opera for productions of Nixon in China and Die Zauberflöte. Her other performances with San Francisco Opera include Woglinde and the Forest Bird in Der Ring des Nibelung, Atalanta in Serse, Frasquita in Carmen, Lolita in the world premier of John Harbison’s Heart of a Soldier, Kristina in The Makropoulos Case, and Madame Herz in Der Schauspieldirektor. During the 2012-2013 season she makes her company and role debut with Portland Opera as Nanetta in Falstaff,  her role debut as Despina in San Francisco Opera’s production of Cosi fan tutte and Euridyce in the their premiere of Philip Glass' Orphée, and her debut with Opera Santa Barbara as Serpina in La Serva Padrona. Ms. Biller is a graduate of the University of Tennessee and Northwestern University, an alumnus of the San Francisco Opera Adler Program, and a winner of the Metropolitan Opera Mid-South District auditions.