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Brandie Inez Sutton

On Stage

Treemonisha © Jessica Flanigan
Treemonisha © Jessica Flanigan
Zerbinetta, photo David Boran
Zerbinetta photo David Boran
La Traviata Dave Pearson
La Traviata Dave Pearson

Featured Reviews

"The soprano Brandie Sutton brings a radiant, agile voice and tender expressive touches to Rautendelein--a ravishing performance"

-The New York Times

"...soprano Brandie Inez Sutton shows a voice that's sweet and powerful and pure."

-Broadway World 

"...the star of the night was soprano Brandie Sutton as the fairy Rautendelein, scampering about, mixing potions and gazing at the human world, all while hitting some of Respighi's stratospheric notes with playful ease...her scenes were so sweetly charming, and sung so confidently, with riveting quiet moments."

-New York Classical Review

"But it is called Treemonisha after all, and Brandie Inez Sutton commands the stage doubling as the title role and Freddie. Her lovely persona was matched by a warmly expressive soprano secure and glistening at the top, and richly colored in the mid- and lower ranges."

-Opera Today 


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Brandie Inez Sutton is a cover Girl!

Check out her featured story,

"Cinderella Rising" in


*Solo debut show coming this year with Joseph Joubert, musical director and Richard-Jay Alexander, director!!

*Performing tour-de-force of all three heroines in Tales of Hoffmann in long anticipated Palm Beach Opera debut 2024!

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