Bryngelsson, Mathilda - Mezzo Soprano

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Bryngelsson, MathildaMezzo Soprano
Bryngelsson, MathildaMezzo Soprano


Mezzo-soprano Mathilda Bryngelsson was born and raised in Gothenburg, Sweden. Growing up, she played the flute, but in her early 20s, she turned her efforts toward singing opera. 
Mathilda received her bachelor's degree in Opera Performance from the University College of Opera in Stockholm in 2019. The same year she appeared as Medoro in a new adaptation of Handel's Orlando with Stockholm Royal Opera/Young at the Opera at Confidencen in Stockholm.
In 2023 Mathilda will debut the roles of Dido (Dido & Aeneas) at Opera på Österbybruk, Una Converse (Suor Angelica) at Copenhagen Opera Festival and Feklusa (Káťa Kabanová) at Bergen Nasjonale Opera.
Between 2020 and 2022, Mathilda was a young artist Malmö Opera Academy: a combined master’s program/opera studio at Malmö Academy of Music and Malmö Opera.
In the season of 2021/22 Mathilda could be seen as La Suora Zelatrice (Suor Angelica) on Malmö Opera’s main stage. She also performed multiple roles in the two tour productions of Det går an and Det stora oväsendet. During December 2021 she also visited Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg to sing the role of Mutter in Hänsel und Gretel.
Other roles performed includes Cherubino and Marcellina (Le nozze di Figaro), Mercedes (Carmen), La Frugola (Il tabarro), La Ciesca (Gianni Schicchi) and Konchakovna (Prince Igor).  
Apart from the operatic repertoire, Mathilda has a thorough experience as an oratorio soloist, with repertoire ranging from Mozart's Requiem to the more unusual Luther in Worms by Meinardus. In the year since finishing her studies, she has been a soloist in many oratorios throughout the south of Sweden.
Mathilda has been the recipient of many notable scholarships and awards, including The Swedish Royal Academy of Music’s national scholarships every year between 2019-2022, the first prize in the competition OVIS-Rösten 2021, and the highly prestigious Giresta Scholarship from Anders Wall’s Foundation 2022.