Sofia Scattarreggia

Sofia Scattarreggia is a half-Italian half-American lyric soprano from Spain praised for her warm tone and her facility with languages. She is currently pursuing her MM in Performance and Literature at the Eastman School of Music, and she received her BM in Voice Performance at the Florida State University. Sofia will be continuing at the Eastman School as a doctoral student and continue her vocal studies under the tutelage of acclaimed soprano Nicole Cabell.

She has been cast in numerous roles, including Eurydice in Gluck’s Orphée et Eurydice, the title role in Seymour Barab’s Little Red Riding Hood, Lauretta in Gianni Schicchi (performances cancelled due to COVID-19), and Lady with a Cake Box from Argento’s Postcard from Morocco. She is currently studying the role of Fiordiligi for a production of Così fan tutte at the Vienna Opera Festival. Sofia is also active in the world of new music, having premiered several award-winning vocal works such as the role of Blanca in Justin Giarusso’s A World Apart, and the song cycles While Roses Grow (Strobel) and Where Dreams Come True (Guthrie).

Sofia has received numerous accolades throughout her opera study, including receiving FSU’s Hannah J. Beaulieu Award in Opera Development, singing at the finals in the NATS Southeastern Regional competition in 2018, placing in Eastman’s Friends of Eastman Opera Competition, and being inducted into the national music honour society Pi Kappa Lambda.

In addition to singing, Sofia also coaches diction, is a fluent pianist, and has a passion for teaching voice. She speaks English, Italian, Spanish, French, German and Catalan, and is in the process of learning Russian.

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