Royal College of Music
Ida Ränzlöv Mezzo Soprano
Recipient of Independent Opera Voice Scholarship 2017
Swedish mezzo soprano Ida Ränzlöv is currently finishing her training at the International Opera School at the Royal College of Music, where she studies with Dinah Harris as a Victoria Robey Scholar and is supported by an Independent Opera Scholarship.
Ida began her training at the Malmö Academy of Music, where she received her Bachelor of Music in Performance and graduated with distinction in 2016.
Recent roles include The Daughter The Vanishing Bridegroom for (British Youth Opera), Faramondo Faramondo (London Handel Festival) and Arminda La finta giardiniera for RCMIOS. Other performed roles include Rosina in Il Barbiere di Siviglia (Smålansoperan), Flora La Traviata (Folkoperan/MAM), Kate Julien Owen Wingrave (RCM) and Romeo I Capuleti e I Montecchi (RCM).
Her studies were generously supported by Aurora Lillieros Scholarship, Anna Withlock’s Memory Trust, John Andersson in Anderslöv Foundation, the Josephine Baker Trust, Vivien & Peter Beckwith Fund and Victoria Robey OBE. Ida is also this year’s winner of the Lies Askonas Competition.
Upcoming performances includes the role of Fox Cunning Little Vixen at the Royal College of Music, the role of Eduige Rodelina for Cambridge Handel Opera Company and Kate Pinkerton Madama Butterfly for Glyndebourne Festival 2018.
This biography was published in October 2017.