Liesl Odenweller

Liesl Odenweller - Soprano

Soprano, appreciated in Europe as a versatile American artist, consistently delights audiences and critics in her unique and exciting interpretations of a wide variety of repertoire. The recipient of numerous awards and grants, Liesl has sung operatic roles and concerts in some of the world’s most prestigious theaters, including Carnegie Hall, Teatro La Fenice, Teatro San Carlo, Auditorium di Milano and the Teatro Piccolo di Milano, collaborating with conductors like Sir Jeffrey Tate, Andrea Marcon, Riccardo Chailly, and Raymond Hughes.

A long-time resident of Venice, Italy, in 2013, Liesl co-founded Venice Music Project to help rediscover forgotten masterpieces and preserve the great tradition of Venice’s musical heritage. She performs regularly with VMP’s resident Baroque ensemble in Venice and abroad. Liesl Odenweller’s gown and jewels are designed by Gualti of Venice. More complete information is available at www.lieslodenweller.com

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