Annie Fredriksson

Annie Fredriksson is a mezzo soprano from Sweden. She has been a full scholar and she finished the Royal College of Music International Opera course in july 2013  studying with Dinah Harris. Annie has been generously supported by the Celia and Andrew Curran Scholar supported by a Charles Branchini Award, Opperby Stokowski Scholarship, a Henry Wood award, Sandrews Award, H.T Cedergren, Ruud-Wallenbergs Fond, Frederika Brehmer Stiftelse, Gålöstiftelse . HT Cedergrens fond and by the Josephine Baker Trust Scheme. In January Annie was awarded with the prestigious price, Anders Wall Scholarship. 

The summer of 2013 Annie made her Glyndebourne debut and went on as the cover for the role as Cherubino in Le Nozze di Figaro due to illness, conducted by the french conductor Jeremié Rhorer.  During the season she was performing the role as the 2nd Bridesmaid and she was also taking part in the Falstaff chorus.

Her operatic experiences have included the RCMIOS ; Tirinto in Handel´s Imeneo, Nerone in   L´incoronazione di Poppea by Monteverdi, Marcellina in La Nozze di Figaro by Mozart. She in Lie Downand Stay by Michael Shearer, Octavian in Strauss´s Der Rosenkavalier, the Fox in Janacek’ s The Cunning Little Vixen RCM Opera scenes, La Countessa in Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro Operastudio 67, Stockholm. Dorabella in Mozart’s Cosi fan tutte Operastudio 67, Helena in Britten´s A Midsummer Night´s Dream, Operastudio 67. Hänsel in Hänsel und Gretel by Humperdinkt, Idamande in Mozart´s, Idomeneo, Operastudio 67. Xerxes in Händel´s Xerxes, Operastudio 67. Annie has also sung in the chorus for Orpheus in the Underworld by Offenbach (RCM) where she also covered the role as Venus. In May of 2011 Annie joined the RCM International Opera School to Paris to sing the role as Lady Saphir in Gillbert & Sullivans opera, Patience, at the Musée d'Orsay.

Engagements have included an appearance at the Cadogan Hall performing the Gypsy Songs, Op.55 by Dvořák, Jean Sibelius and Richard Strauss songs. Annie was singing one of the female voices in Leoš Janáček’s , The Diary of the One Who Disappeared, at the Wigmore Hall with Christianne Stotijn and Mark Padmore. She also was performing in a lunch recital at the Oxfordlieder Festival in October. Lunchrecital at the RA museum in the spring 2012.  Soloist in Vivaldi’s Magnificat, De Lalande’s De profundis with the Epsom Choral Society. Bach´s Magnificat, Messe no 2 and Herz und Mund. Mozart´s Mass in C, the Coronation Mass. Handel´s Coronations Anthems with Laurence Cummings as a conductor. She has also taken part in masterclasses with Gerald Finley, Lawrence Zazzo, Ann Murray, Roger Vignoles, Dame Anne Evans, Håkan Hagergård and Ingrid Tobiasson.

2014 Annie performed the following roles; Annio from La Clemenza di Tito in Malta. Mary from the Silvership by J.M Kraus and J. Dominique at Vadstena. In the spring of 2015 Annie performed the role as Cherubino from Le Nozze di Figaro, Mozart, at Norrlandsoperan in Umeå conducted by Tobias Ringborg. Last year Annie was touring in the north of Sweden alongside with Piteå Kammaropera / NEO, performing the role as Gabrielle in an newly written piece Boris Christ by Marcus Fjellström and Daniel Pedersen. In October of 2016 she returned to the same opera company to permorm the role as Eva Rausing from the opera, Stilla min Eld, by Nicolai Dunger and Fredrik Högberg. 

The summer of 2017, Annie performed the role as Zaida from Il Turco di italia by Rossini at Läckö Castle. In 2018 she performed the role as Sesto at the main stage in Poznan, Polen. Followed by the opera Snowqueen at Malmö Opera in Sweden. 2019 Annie returned to Läckö Castle to perform the beloved role as Cherubino from Le Nozze di Figaro.

2020 is an exciting year which starts of with taking part of Orfeus in the Underworld at Malmö Opera where Annie will be singing Venus. After the summer she will perform the role as Dorabella at Malmö Opera.

2021 Annie will return to Läckö Castle to perform the title role as Tintomara. Music by Lars Johan Werle and libretto written by Leif Söderström.