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Glosted, Sibylle - Soprano

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Biography

Sibylle Glosted is a young coloratura soprano born and raised in Denmark. Growing up in a musical and artistic family she began her own musical career at a young age. 
 
During the three years at The Musical Academy, she appeared in the part of La Princesse in L’Enfant et les Sortiléges by Ravel, performed at the celebration of Ib Nørholm’s 80th birthday and represented The Musical Academy at the annual PULSAR festival in Copenhagen. After her bachelor’s degree from The Royal Danish Academy of Music in 2013, Sibylle passed the auditions for The University College of Opera in Stockholm from where she graduated in June 2016.
 
Directly after her graduation from the Opera School in Stockholm, Sibylle successfully debuted in the part of Ophélia in the newly written opera Hamlet in Absentia by an Islandic composer Hugi Gudmundsson. It had its World Premiere at the famous Kronborg Castle, home of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, in Elsinore, Denmark. During the same period, Sibylle received the prize as Young Opera Talent of the Year from The Copenhagen Opera Festival. She sang a solo concert accompanied by great Denmark’s pianist Ulrich Stærk, and she participated in the Final Concert of the Copenhagen Opera Festival accompanied by Malmö Opera Orchestra under the direction of Kristiina Poska.
 
In September 2016, Sibylle returned to Stockholm to sing the part of Miss Schlesin in Phillip Glass’ very popular opera Satyagraha at the Folkopera in Stockholm. In June 2017, she received the prestigious Danish performing art talent prize Årets Reumert Talentpris for her portrayal of Ophélia in Hamlet in Absentia by Hugi Gudmundsson. In September 2018, Sibylle debuted at Det Ny Teater in Copenhagen in The Phantom of The Opera, where she received great reviews for her portrayal of the main female character Christine Daaé, which she in total performed 96 times. In the summer of 2019, Sibylle debuted at Opera Hedeland in the part of Frasquita in Carmen by Georges Bizet and in September 2019 Sibylle had her royal debut at The Royal Opera in Copenhagen as The Princess in the opera Snow Queen composed by the Danish award-winning composer Hans Abrahamsen. 
 
Sibylle has also a big concert repertoire. To name a few, she has sung the soprano party in Messiah by Händel in Holmens Kirke one of Copenhagen’s biggest churches and toured in Sweden with the great masterpiece Carmina Burana along with the wind orchestra of Gotland and Bo Wannefors as the conductor. Her latest concert was Erl King’s Daughter by the Danish composer Niels W. Gade in Copenhagen accompanied by The Copenhagen Phil Orchestra with the Danish conductor Michael Bojesen in front. 
 
In the first year at The Opera School she achieved a scholarship at Vadstena Academy where she, as a part of the award, sang the part of Mary in the newly written opera Silverskeppet for the The Vadstena Academy’s 50th -anniversary performance. She has won two prestigious awards, namely The Royal Swedish Academy of Music National Scholarship and The Anders Wall Scholarship, and she also qualified for a student’s internship at The Royal Opera in Stockholm for the part of Barbarina in Le Nozze di Figaro by W.A. Mozart.