KATE
LADNER

SOPRANO

Kate Ladner resides in France and performs throughout Europe and Australasia in opera houses including; Staatstheater Stuttgart (Blondchen Die Entführung aus dem Serail); Glyndebourne Touring Opera
(Konstanze Die Entführung aus dem Serail); Graz Oper (Micaela Carmen); Opera Holland Park, London (Violetta La Traviata, Magda
La Rondine, Contessa, Le Nozze di Figaro); Opera Australia (Donna Anna Don Giovanni; Vitellia La Clemenza di Tito; Violetta La Traviata; Desdemona Otello).
Kate enjoyed a huge success with her debut roles as Salome, Richard Strauss; Marguerite in Gounod’s Faust, and Floria Tosca in Puccini’s Tosca, all for State Opera. Kate performed der Waldvogel, Woglinde, Freia, Helmwige and Third Norn in two Wagner Ring Cycles produced in Australia, conducted by Jeffrey Tate and later with Asher Fisch.

In more recent years, Kate has gained a reputation as an early Verdi specialist with this year seeing her perform the title role in Alzira, the final of an early Verdi trilogy directed by Elijah Moshinsky, and conducted by Stephen Barlow for the Buxton International Opera Festival; which included the title role in Giovanna D’Arco, and Lady Macbeth in Verdi’s 1847 version of Macbeth.

PERFORMANCES WITH STATE OPERA SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Lady Macbeth – Macbeth (2020)
Eva – The Mastersingers of Nuremberg – Act 3 (2018)

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There will be a different kind of drama taking centre court at Memorial Drive, when State Opera South Australia serves up Carmina Burana on Friday 27 March.

Book your tickets now: stateopera.com.au/productions/carmina-burana/
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There will be a different kind of drama taking centre court at Memorial Drive, when State Opera South Australia serves up Carmina Burana on Friday 27 March. 

Book your tickets now: https://stateopera.com.au/productions/carmina-burana/

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On the 19th and 22nd January, Event Cinemas Glenelg will be exclusively screening a live performance of the charming ballet Coppélia as part of the Royal Opera House Live Cinema Season! There will be screenings in 25 locations nationwide, meaning audiences in Australia are never far from a performance at the Royal Opera House.

Don’t miss Ninette de Valois’ story of love, mischief and mechanical dolls featuring intricate choreography set to Delibes’ delightful score.
Tickets available here: bit.ly/2FvlwIc
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On the 19th and 22nd January, Event Cinemas Glenelg will be exclusively screening a live performance of the charming ballet Coppélia as part of the Royal Opera House Live Cinema Season! There will be screenings in 25 locations nationwide, meaning audiences in Australia are never far from a performance at the Royal Opera House. 

Don’t miss Ninette de Valois’ story of love, mischief and mechanical dolls featuring intricate choreography set to Delibes’ delightful score. 
Tickets available here: https://bit.ly/2FvlwIc

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State Opera is proud to offer $30 tickets to any State Opera produced events for people under 30 in 2020 like Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street and The Barber of Seville.*
So now you can try all kinds of amazing experiences without breaking the bank!
stateopera.com.au/

*Check our website for t's and c's
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State Opera is proud to offer $30 tickets to any State Opera produced events for people under 30 in 2020 like Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street and The Barber of Seville.* 
So now you can try all kinds of amazing experiences without breaking the bank! 
https://stateopera.com.au/ 

*Check our website for ts and cs

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Awwww just another reason being old sucks. 😂

Where are the guys? Hopefully some will partner up.

Wohooo!!! Damnit..I’m a few years too late x

Emma Zeitz

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Hannah Goodburn

This is SUCH a great deal!

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