Micaëla Oeste :: Soprano

About

Praised for her “crystalline voice with the chic and class of Grace Kelly,” soprano, Micaëla Oeste, regularly appears at many of the worlds largest venues in both concert and opera. This 2018-2019 season, Micaëla will return to the Salute to Vienna concert series with concerts in Chicago (Symphony center), Boston (Symphony Hall) and in Hartford, Conneticut.  She will also join Placido Domingo for concerts in Kiev, Ukraine and in Tallinn, Estonia.  Micaëla will also make her Opera Toulon debut as Amelia in Menotti's "Amelia al ballo" and as Lucy in "The Telephone".

In the 2017-18 season, Micaëla made her debut at Lincoln Center’s David Geffen Hall with the Strauss Symphony of America for the Salute to Vienna concert series. She joined Placido Domingo for concerts in Odense, Denmark, Boston and Guatemala City. She also made her debut at Opera Idaho as Stella in Previn's "Streetcar named Desire" and returned to Opera de Monte-Carlo as Niece 1 in Benjamin Britten’s “Peter Grimes”.

In concert form, Micaëla has been seen alongside Mr. Domingo in Denmark, Tokyo, Macau, Budapest and Regensburg, Germany for the Thurn und Taxi’s Festival. She also made her Vienna Konzerthaus debut with violinist Zoltan Maga and her Carnegie hall debut with the American Symphony Orchestra. Micaëla also had the honor to perform for the celebration of the canonization of Pope John Paul II in Poznan, Poland.

On the opera stage, Micaëla has been seen with LA Opera as Zerlina in “Don Giovanni”, Washington National Opera as Oscar in “Un Ballo in Maschera” and Nannetta in “Falstaff”, Opera Santa Barbara as Stella in “Streetcar named Desire”, and Chicago Opera Theater as Creuse in Charpentier’s “Medee”. She has also debuted with Polish National Opera, Opera de Monte-Carlo, Teatro de Maestranza in Seville, Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia, San Diego Opera, Savannah Music Festival, Gotham Chamber Opera and Opera National de Montpellier.

Micaëla is a former Young Artist with Washington National Opera. She is a graduate of Northwestern University and grew up playing piano and french horn.