German born mezzo-soprano Eva Vogel won her BA from Mannes College of Music in New York, and her Masters in Music from Yale University. Privately she worked with Christa Ludwig and Brigitte Fassbaender.
Having completed her studies in the USA, Eva Vogel became a member of the opera studio at Cologne Opera, before being engaged as a permanent soloist at Düsseldorf Opera as well as Innsbruck Opera, where she was able to extend her wide repertoire with roles such as Orfeo (Gluck), Ramiro (La Finta Giardiniera), Goffredo (Rinaldo), Lola (Cavalleria Rusticana), Cherubino (Nozze di Figaro), Hänsel (Hänsel and Gretel), Oktavian (Der Rosenkavalier), Flora (La Traviata) and Carmen.
Ms. Vogel became a sought after guest soloist throughout Europe and made appearances with houses such as Staatstheater Wiesbaden, Staatstheater Nürnberg, Theater Bremen, Concertgebow Amsterdam, Philharmonie Berlin, Teatro Massimo Palermo, Teatro Regio Turino and the Royal Opera House Covent Garden. She could be heard in various Wagner parts at festivals such as Aix-en-Provence festival and the Salzburg Easter festival. Eva Vogel has worked with renowned conductors such as Sir Simon Rattle, Sir John Eliot Gardiner, Edo de Waart and Ingo Metzmacher.
Equally at home on the concert stage, the young mezzosoprano has appeared in numerous symphony concerts and recitals throughout the world such as in Amsterdam, St. Moritz, Karlsruhe, Elmau, Berlin, München, New York, Alabama, Winnipeg and Seoul.
Eva Vogel recently enchanted audiences throughout Europe: as Third Lady in The Magic Flute in Torino, Beethoven Ninth Symphony in Milano, Berlioz Les Nuits d'Ete with Duisburg Philharmonic, Verdi Requiem at Mittelrhein Music Festival, Die Walküre with the Berlin Philharmonic and an evening of Gershwin songs at Klavierfestival Ruhr. Future Engagements include First Norn in Götterdämmerung with Grand Theatre Geneve and a concert tour with Symfonieorkest Vlaanderen appearing in Bruges, Gent, Brussels und Antwerp.