Performer, teacher & producer
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About

“Lina Tetriani, a titanium-voiced, Georgian-born soprano”


There is an appealing darkness to her voice that lends complexity to even the most sentimental musings on love, youth and happiness. With jet black hair and a bright smile, she is the very picture of a rich man’s ornament
— John Fleming, Opera News

Biography

Lina Tetriani received her Bachelor of Music degree from the Juilliard School and her Master of Music in Opera from the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia. Opernwelt named her as “one of Europe’s most exciting young talents.” She has performed with numerous opera houses both nationally and internationally. Notable roles include the namesake Madam Butterfly with the Hawaii Opera theatre, Liu (Turandot) with the Seattle Opera, Lora (Die Feen, Wagner), Norma (Spinosi) both at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris, Mimi, Antonia and Donna Elvira with the Cologne Opera in Germany, Magda Sorel in The Consul with Opera New Jersey, Magda (La Rondine) at Sarasota Opera, Marguerite (Faust) with Opera Naples, Kupova (The Snow Maiden) for Wexford Festival Opera and many more. Alongside her esteemed career as a performer, Ms. Tetriani has a successful history as a voice teacher and coach, helping many others reach the stage. She serves as Chair of the Voice Department at Brooklyn Music School and is a Founder and Artistic Director of Summer Vocal Arts at BMS.

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