Leandra Ramm is a remarkably versatile mezzo-soprano and actress with an “extraordinary voice” (Anderson Cooper 360), whose “beautiful and quite moving” (Nordstjernan Newspaper) performances have graced prestigious venues including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, The United Nations, and Symphony Space. Ms. Ramm made her début as a soloist in Kurt Weill’s The Endless Road with The American Symphony Orchestra at Avery Fisher Hall. Recently, she performed the title role in La Cenerentola with San Francisco Opera Guild, and appeared as a soloist with the San Francisco Symphony in Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas, and Bach’s Magnificat conducted by Ragnar Bohlin. In 2019, Ms. Ramm received the honors of National Finalist in the Women In Opera Division, and Semi-Finalist in the Art Song division from The American Prize, and grant recipient of the Opera America Career Blueprints for Singers.
This season, Ms. Ramm appears with Opera Cultura as Serafina/Spirit Woman in La Llorona and with San Francisco Opera Guild as Mama in Evan Mack and Joshua McGuire’s Lucinda y la Flores de la Nochebuena, which will soon be released on Albany Records. She performs as alto soloist in Bach’s Magnificat and Christmas Oratorio with San Francisco Choral Society, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony with Silicon Valley Philharmonic (as alto soloist), as well as sings in Solo Opera’s “All that Jazz” Fourth of July Parade and “Opera in the Park”.