Maggie Reneé mezzo-soprano

EQEQ Artists 23/24, Mezzo-sopranos

Equilibrium Maggie Reneé Maggie Reneé, a mezzo-soprano from Los Angeles, California, is a Metropolitan Opera Competition Grand Finalist Award Winner, Opera Index Award Winner, Sullivan Foundation Finalist, Igor Gorin Memorial Award Recipient and an Honors BM and MM graduate of The Juilliard School where she is pursuing her ADOS. This season she will perform Venus with Vienna Volksoper, Baba the Turk with Barbara Hannigan’s production of The Rakes Progress, and will sing Carmen at Juilliard. This summer she covered Carmen and sang Nicolette in The Love for Three Oranges at Des Moines Opera. Last season she sang Irene in Atalanta at Juilliard, Zweiter Knabe at Merola, and Baba the Turk at Juilliard Opera. Previously, Maggie Reneé covered Olga and Due Donne at Santa Fe Opera and sang King Egeo and Goffredo at Juilliard. She sang Carmen in La Tragédie de Carmen with City Lyric Opera, toured Europe with Juilliard’s Dido and Aeneas and made her European debut as Cherubino in Le nozze di Figaro in Germany. Maggie Reneé writes her own music, has a black belt in Karate, and entertains over 250,000 of her subscribers on her YouTube channels daily.


“The Rake’s Progress” workshop and performances

February 2024