Bio...

American mezzo-soprano Maggie Reneé, a Metropolitan Opera National Council Regional Encouragement Winner and a winner of the California Philharmonic Young Artist Award, "possesses a luscious and deep sound" (Opera Wire) and is a "suavely forthright and impressive mezzo" (Parterre Box). "A singer to keep your eye on" (California Philharmonic), Maggie Reneé has a strong appreciation for all musical genres and sings in 8+ languages, writes her own music, has a black belt in Karate, and entertains more than 175K+ of her subscribers and hundreds of thousands of viewers on her YouTube channel daily. Maggie Reneé graduated with Honors from the The Juilliard School, where she is currently a Gluck Fellow, a recipient of the Burford Scholarship, Pauline and Arthur Feibush Memorial Scholarship, F. Heiligenstein Scholarship and Tatiana Troyanos Scholarship and is currently pursuing her Master's degree there.

For the 2021-2022 season, Maggie Reneé will sing Baba the Turk in Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress, sing Un Récitante in Claude Debussy's La Damoiselle élue under the baton of Maestro Barbara Hannigan at Lincoln Center, cover the Mezzo role in Pulcinella, perform in Chamber Music Ensemble and at the New York Festival of Song (NYFOS), sing at the Metropolitan Opera Guild's Baroque Master Class and premiere new music at the FOCUS Festival at Lincoln Center.

For the 2020-2021 season, Maggie Reneé sang King Egeo in Handel's Teseo, performed at the New York Festival of Song (NYFOS), performed in Liederabend at Paul Hall, and was in Juilliard residency with Denyce Graves. During the summer Maggie Reneé was an Apprentice Singer @ The Santa Fe Opera where she covered Olga in Eugene Onegin and Due Donna in Mozart's Le Nozze Di Figaro and sang a Lost Woman in The Lord of Cries - a brand new opera Premiering at Santa Fe Opera this summer.

For the 2019-2020 season, Maggie Reneé was scheduled to perform the title role in Carmen with Hogfish Opera in Maine and tour Germany and the Netherlands singing the combined role of Goffredo/Eustazio in the Juilliard Opera production of Handel’s Rinaldo conducted by Nicholas McGegan and performed with Juilliard415. She performed Goffredo/Eustazio in Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center and also performed Debussy vocal works with the New York Philharmonic.

In 2019, Maggie Reneé sang the role of Mother Marie in an adaptation of the Dialogues of the Carmelites called There’s Blood Between Us at Juilliard. She made her New York debut as Carmen in City Lyric Opera's presentation of Peter Brook’s La Tragédie de Carmen and made her debut at Alice Tully Hall in New York singing Mussorgsky's Nursery Cycle. Maggie Reneé performed the role of Annie in Opera in a Bottle for Juilliard's new music composer collaboration project called OperaComp, toured Europe covering Sorceress in Dido and Aeneas a collaboration with Juilliard415 that was performed at The Wilson Theater in New York, The Joye in Aiken Festival in Aiken, SC, Opera Holland Park in London, and the Opéra Royal du Château de Versailles, 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.

In 2018, Maggie Reneé sang the role of Juno in Juilliard's production of Orpheus in the Underworld and performed in Chamber Concerts, Songbbook, Recitals, and International Festival at Juilliard. During the summer, she sang the role of Nerone in scenes of L’Incorazione di Poppeas at the Baroque Opera Workshop and was an apprentice artist at Teatro Nuovo (formerly Caramoor).

Maggie Reneé had her European debut in 2017, where, at 18 years old, she debuted the role of Cherubino in Berlin Opera Festival's fully staged opera production of Le nozze di Figaro in Berlin, Germany. In 2014 Maggie Reneé released her 1st pop album of her original music called "Craziest Feelings" and is currently working on her second album.