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April Koyejo-Audiger

British soprano April Koyejo-Audiger is a former Link Artist and Jette Parker Anniversary Company Artist 21-22 for The Royal Opera.

For The Royal Opera, she has performed Barena in the Olivier Award Winning production of Jenufa, The Dama in Macbeth (Verdi), and in Daniele Abbado’s production of Nabucco she played the role of Anna. “There was marvellous singing in a final ensemble by April Koyejo-Audiger as Zaccaria's sister Anna” - Culture Whisper

As Parasha in Stravinsky’s Mavra she was an “ardent Parasha in excellent voice” - The Telegraph, and most recently she performed Zemfira in Rachmaninov’s Aleko in the Summer Performance, conducted by Sir Antonio Pappano.

She also recently performed in English Touring Opera’s La Boheme where she gave an “excellent performance as the flirtatious Musetta” - Wiltshire Times She returns this autumn to perform Irene in their new production of Tamerlano.

Other recent projects include Lost and Found, a collaboration with ROH and Casco Phil, as part of the Europalia Arts Festival. “And April Koyejo-Audiger for a gloriously full-bodied soprano...” - The Guardian and a short film of Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson by Aaron Copland by ETO.

Past engagements include Strawberry Woman in Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess for Theater an der Wien and postponed performances also include a role in Pulitzer Winner Suzan-Lori Parks play, In the Blood at Donmar Warehouse.

April is a graduate of The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Royal College of Music, where she studied under Wilma MacDougall and Amanda Roocroft respectively.