Praised for her “exceptionally beautiful mezzo,” Iowa native Laura Krumm is a recent graduate of the prestigious Adler Fellowship at the San Francisco Opera. The 2018-2019 season saw her as Lola in Cavalleria rusticana and the Kitchen Boy in Rusalka, both with San Francisco Opera as well as covering Annino in La clemenza di Tito with the Metropolitan Opera. Her 2019-2020 season includes a return to the Metropolitan Opera as Javotte in Manon and the cover of Cherubino in Le nozze di Figaro and a debut with the Santa Rosa Symphony for Mozart’s Requiem.

In the 2017-2018 season, Laura returned to San Francisco Opera for several projects including Javotte in Vincent Boussard’s production of Manon and Siegrune in Francesca Zambello’s production of Die Walküre. In the 2016-2017 season, she made role and company debuts performing Zerlina (Don Giovanni) for Nashville Opera, Mrs. Webb (Our Town) with Fresno Grand Opera, and Meg in Mark Adamo’s Little Women for Michigan Opera Theater for which her performance was lauded as "exquisitely sung" and a "highlight of the evening" (Encore Michigan).  On the concert stage, she sang the Soprano II solos in Bach’s B Minor Mass with the Luther College Symphony and joined American Lyric Theater in a recital of new opera at the Morgan Library. In recent seasons, Laura returned to the Lyric Opera of Chicago and San Francisco Opera to cover Angelina in La Cenerentola and made her role debut as Sister Helen Prejean in Dead Man Walking with Fresno Grand Opera. Additionally, she joined the roster of The Dallas Opera where she covered Jan Arnold in the world premiere of Joby Talbot's Everest. She made her Skagit Opera debut performing the role of Angelina (La Cenerentola) and sang Rosina (Il barbiere di Siviglia) with Opera Idaho. In concert, Laura joined the Alexander String Quartet for performances of Jake Heggie’s Camille Claudel: Into the Fire. Ms. Krumm debuted with the internationally renowned Berkeley Symphony in a performance of Kaija Saariaho’s Adriana Songs, and joined the UC Davis Symphony for performances of Peter Lieberson’s Neruda Songs.


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"“Cavalleria” also featured a gorgeous contribution by mezzo-soprano Laura Krumm as Lola, the focus of all the men’s desires. Krumm has been a strong, reliable presence on local opera stages since her time as an Adler Fellow several years ago, but I’ve never before hea...


"As the eldest March girl, Meg, mezzo Laura Krumm was exquisite. Her lyric instrument had the warm shimmer of a lyric soprano combined with the best mezzo depth. Her Meg was utterly lovely, elegantly swept up in John Brooke’s courtship and generous with her family."


"Baritone Joseph Lattanzi and mezzo Laura Krumm didn't originate at the roles of Jack and Jackie Kennedy when JFK--the new opera by David T. Little and Royce Vavrek--premiered in Fort Worth a year ago. . . But they certainly owned them in the excerpts presented in the...


“In “Things Change, Jo,” Meg explains what it’s like to be in love. This aria was exquisitely sung by mezzo-soprano, Laura Krumm, and was a highlight of the evening.”...

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