Karen Feder


(Understudy for Syrena and matinee performance)

KAREN FEDER (Syrena: matinee performance) has performed extensively throughout Europe and the United States. Known for her vocal versatility, the mezzo-soprano is equally at home in both the classical and modern music worlds. Her operatic roles include Olga in Eugene Onegin, Medoro in Orlando, Irene in Atalanta, Mercedes in Carmen, Elizabeth Proctor in The Crucible, Tolomeo in Gulio Cesare, and Syrena in Wuornos (workshop performances).


Orchestral engagements include Webern’s Op. 2 and Handel’s Messiah at Davies Symphony Hall. She was recently featured with The Kunst Stoff Dance Company’s “Nostalgia 3000.”

Feder won the Burlingame Music Club and East Bay Opera League competitions, and was a finalist at the McAllister competition. Feder graduated from the Interlochen Arts Academy and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.