The lyric soprano Agnes Auer received her education from the Academy of Opera in Oslo and The Royal Academy of Music in Stockholm with a year abroad at Sibelius Academy in Helsinki. She also holds a bachelor degree in church music from Ersta Sköndal University. Agnes has accepted several scholarships from Anders Sandrew Foundation, Hans Dalborg Music foundation and in 2017 she was appointed the prestigious Confidencen scholarship from Anders Wall Foundations, among others.
During her education Agnes sang roles such as Susanna (Le nozze di Figaro), Pamina (Die Zauberflöte), Giulietta (I Capuleti ed I Montecchi), Blanche de la Force (Dialogues des Carmélites) and Lauretta (Gianni Schicchi) which was performed at the Norwegian Opera.Auer has sung the soprano parts in numerous concert works with “Messe in C” W. A. Mozart, “Christmas Oratorio” J. S. Bach and “God in disguise” L-E. Larsson, just to mention a few.
On the stage includes performances of “Johannes-Passion” J. S. Bach with Drottningholm Baroque ensemble and “Ein Deutsches requiem” together with Malmö Symphony orchestra and conductor Evan Rogister in Malmö Live Concert hall. The opera stage contains roles such as Barbarina (Le nozze di Figaro), Gianetta (L´elisir d´amore) and in 2018 she sang the role of Karin in the opera by Albert Schnelzer and Patrik Sörling “Norrmalmstorgsdramat – att dö på sin post” which had its world premiere at Vattnäs Concert Barn.
In 2018 Agnes was employed as a cover at the Royal Opera in Stockholm´s acclaimed children’s opera “När då då” by Niklas Brommare and Pija Lindembaum which was a collaboration between the Royal Opera in Stockholm, Helsingborg Community theatre and
Helsingborg Symphony orchestra where she had the pleasure to sing a few performances.
2019 has included many concerts with entry together with parts of Norrköping Symphony Orchestra in De Geer Concert hall, “Matthäus-Passion” in Umeå and the role of The Dressmaker in the chamber opera by Anders Emilsson and Daniel Viklund “The emperor´s new clothes”.
During the fall awaits more performances with “Requiem” W. A. Mozart, Advent concerts with Gustaf Vasa chamber choir, choirs from Adolf Fredriks music school and ensemble from the Royal Swedish orchestra and traditional Christmas concerts with S: t Matthew Symphony Orchestra.