American mezzo-soprano Maggie Reneé is currently studying at The Juilliard School in NY. She is a winner of numerous competitions and has been hailed by Downbeat Magazine as one of the 'best student musicians of 2016,' by the HuffPost as having 'stunning pop and jazz riffs,' and 'a singer to keep your eye on' by the Cal Phil in 2019. 

Maggie Reneé’s performances range from classical to contemporary music. She has a strong appreciation for different genres and sings in several languages including: Italian, French, German, Russian, Spanish, Japanese, Hebrew, and Yiddish. 

For the 2020 season, Maggie Reneé will sing Goffredo/Eustazioin in Juilliard Opera production of Handel’s Rinaldo conducted by Nicholas McGegan and performed with Juilliard415. This concert production will be performed in Alice Tully Hall in NY and will also go on tour to Germany and the Netherlands this summer. 

This fall, Maggie is rehearsing for her role of Mother Marie in an adaptation of the Dialogues of the Carmelites called ‘There is Blood Between Us’ at Juilliard. 

This past summer, Maggie Reneé toured Europe covering Sorceress in Dido and Aeneasstudied with Dolora Zajick at Institute of Young Dramatic Voices, and made solo debuts with the Reno Philharmonic and the California Philharmonic Orchestra at the Walt Disney Concert Hall where she was named the 2019 California Philharmonic Young Artist Winner. Last summer, Valdman sang the roles of Dorabella and Marcellina as an apprentice artist at 'Teatro Nuovo' (formerly Caramoor).

In May 2019 Maggie Reneé had her debut as Carmen in City Lyric Opera's presentation of Peter Brook’s La Tragédie de CarmenIn April, she made her debut at Alice Tully Hall in New York singing Mussorgsky's Nursery Cycle. She also performed the role of Annie in Juilliard's composer collaboration project called OperaComp.

In 2018, Maggie Reneé  was in the chorus in Juilliard Opera's production of The Merry Wives of Winsor,  in Juilliard's Songbook concert under the direction of Adam Nielsen, and performed in over a dozen Gluck Fellowship performances all over NY and surrounding cities. 

Maggie Reneé had her European debut in 2017, where, at 18 years old, she successfully sang the role of Cherubino in Berlin Opera Academy's fully staged opera production of Le nozze di Figaro in Berlin, Germany directed by David Paul. She also participated in the Gala Concert in Germany and received praise from European Agents. In 2014, Maggie Reneé released her 1st pop album, called "Craziest Feelings," which was produced by a team of Grammy Award winning producers.