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Nandani Sinha


German-Indian American mezzo-soprano Nandani Maria Sinha is internationally acclaimed for her passionate
performances and presence.
Ms. Sinha received her pre-collegiate vocal and piano training in Germany. She returned to the United States to earn
her Bachelor of Music cum laude in vocal performance from Cornell University and her Master of Music from
California State University at Los Angeles, where she was honored as a CSULA Friend of Music Scholar and elected
as a member of Phi Kappa Phi Academic Honors Society.
An in-demand soloist, Ms. Sinha has frequently returned to St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City and the Franz
Liszt Chamber Orchestra, and has given recitals in London, France, Austria, and Germany, where she was honored
to sing for the Millennium Festival of Music in Bad Arolsen. She toured South Africa as a recitalist for the No.1
Ladies’ Opera Festival. Ms. Sinha is a great proponent of new music and has presented multiple premieres by
Annenberg Foundation Composition Fellow Maria Newman, including “Parting Words” on September 11th, 2014.
She is a favorite mezzo
soprano in Southern California, performing regularly with Los Angeles Opera, Long Beach Opera, Santa Barbara
Opera, California Philharmonic, and Redlands Symphony.

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