Hailed as “nothing short of sensational” by Opera magazine and “a real creature of the stage” by Opera News, soprano Sari Gruber has become a prized artist on American and International stages alike.

This past season, Ms. Gruber returned to Pittsburgh Opera to sing Zerlina in a new production of Don Giovanni as well as a returned to Arizona Opera to sing Susanna in Le nozze di Figaro.  In addition, she also maintains an active concert schedule, appearing as a soloist in Mozart’s Requiem with the Buffalo Philharmonic, Pittsburgh Symphony, as well as in recital with the Music in a Great Space series in Pittsburgh. In the 13-14 season, she will perform the role of Pamina in The Magic Flute with Opera Tampa; Musetta in La Boheme with Pittsburgh Opera; Mahler’s Fourth Symphony with the Erie Chamber Philharmonic; and an Opera Gala with the Johnstown
Philharmonic.

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