Keri Fuge


Fast becoming acknowledged as being among the “future generation of superb sopranos,” Keri Fuge’s voice has been described as having “splendid clarity” and “silvery fire” that “sparkles in glittering numbers.” Her strong stage presence and ability to create “spellbinding pathos” has won her acclaim in the Baroque and mainstream concert and opera repertoire both internationally and in the UK.

Previously for ENO: Angel It’s a Wonderful Life

Career Highlights

Recent and future engagements include: Créuse Médée (Grand Théâtre de Genève); Sophie Werther, Zerlina Don Giovanni, Noemie Cendrillon (Stadttheater Klagenfurt); Vivaldi Gloria (Royal Northern Sinfonia); Sorceress Dido and Aeneas (Opéra de Luxembourg); Elijah (CBSO); Messiah with various orchestras in the UK, including La Nuova Musica, King’s Consort, at the Royal Albert Hall, and with the Hallé, as well as in Germany with the NDR Symphony; Handel’s Parnasso in Festa (London Handel Festival); Acis and Galatea (Bach Akademie Stuttgart, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra); Hermann Wuthering Heights in concert (Singapore Symphony Orchestra, and for a recording) and a concert tour with the Academy of Ancient Music, Tim Mead and Christian Curnyn.

Operatic engagements have include: Cupid /  Rossi’s Orfeo Royal Opera House, Covent Garden at the Globe Theatre, Poppea / Agrippina Brisbane Baroquein Australia, Flavia / Lucio Silla International Händel-Festspiele Göttingen, Amore / Orfeo ed Euridice Bregenz Landestheater, Atalanta /  Xerxes Early Opera Company, Aquilio / Pergolesi’s Adriano in Siria Slowacki Theater, Kraków, Aline /  The Sorcerer Buxton Opera House.

She has covered the roles of Despina / Cosi fan tutte and  Dona Isabel / Indian Queen for English National Opera,  Gretel / Hansel and Gretel and has sung Barbarina / Le Nozze di Figaro all for the Glyndebourne Tour as well as covering Barbarina and Chocholka / The Cunning Little Vixen for the Glyndebourne Festival.

Last updated: 30th December 2022