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Hiromi Omura

 

Hiromi Omura was born in Tokyo, Japan. She studied in Tokyo and at the National University of Fine Arts and Music in Italy and at the CNIPAL in Marseille.

In competition, Hiromi Omura has been awarded the Ismaele Voltolini International Competition in Mantoue on 1998 (1st Price), The Belvedere in Vienna (Price Morioka on 2000) the Marseille Competition (1st Price on 2001).

She has sung Héro (Béatrice et Benedict at the Opéra Comique) with the Orchestre de Paris under Marc Soustrot’s baton, Violetta (Traviata) in Tokyo in 2002, an Angel in Mendelsshon’s Elias with the Orchestre National de France and Kurt Masur in 2003, and with the same conductor Mendelssohn’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Théâtre des Champs Elysées and at the Hong Kong Art Festival.

She has performed the Countess (Le nozze di Figaro) in Toyoma (Japan), Cio-Cio-San (Madama Butterfly) in Amiens (in the Lille production) then at the Berlin Deutsche Oper, Tel Aviv, Malaga, Montreal, Santander, Cordoba, Lausanne, Savonlinna and in Warsaw, Micaëla (Carmen) at the New York National Opera under Renato Palumbo’s baton, at The Opéra de Metz, Diane (Iphigénie en Tauride) at the Opéra de Nancy and the Théâtre de Caen.

She was Liù (Turandot) at the New Year Opera Gala Concert in Tokyo, with the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra under Myung-Whun Chung’s baton, Micaëla (Carmen), Nedda (Paggliacci) at the New National Theater under Fabio Luigi’s baton, Brahms’s Ein Deutsches Requiem with the London Symphony Orchestra, Elisabetta (Don CarloT) at the New National Theater under Miguel Gomez-Martinez’s baton, the Countess (Le nozze di Figaro) at the Opéra de Nancy and the Théatre de Caen, Silvia (Mascagni’s Zanetto) at the Opéra de Nancy, Amalia (Simon Boccanegra) in Montréal.

More recently, she has sung Desdemona (Otello) at the Opéra de Nancy and at the L'opera de Toulon, Normain Lausanne, Leonora (Trovatore) in Montréal.

Future projects include Norma at the Opéra de Toulon, Beethoven 9th Symphony in Nancy and Liù (Turandot) in Montréal.

 

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