Adriana Manfredi, Mezzo-soprano, completed music studies at Oberlin College and Conservatory and CalArts. Currently on the rosters of the Los Angeles Master Chorale and Los Angeles Opera Chorus, she enjoys singing chamber music, art song, opera, and new music.
Recent solo credits include Rene in November 2011's Shostakovich opera world premiere Orango (Los Angeles Philharmonic), David Lang’s the little match girl passion (west coast premiere; Jacaranda: music on the edge), The Cunning Little Vixen (Long Beach Opera), Ceremony of Carols, The City of Dis by Andriessen (LA Phil; world premiere), St. Matthew Passion, Lord Nelson Mass and Harmoniemesse by Haydn (Los Angeles Master Chorale at Walt Disney Concert Hall), and Tehellim by Steve Reich (Skirball Cultural Center). She enjoys lending her voice to the ensemble Eighteen Squared, specializing in the music of Steve Reich. Her voice is heard with the Los Angeles Master Chorale on A Good Understanding, a Decca release of the choral music of Nico Muhly, as well as an upcoming Decca release featuring the music of Henryk Górecki.
Ms. Manfredi is on the voice faculty of the Classical Voice Conservatory of the Orange County School of the Arts (OCSA), and the California State Summer School for the Arts at CalArts (CSSSA).