Performer (mezzo-soprano)

Noted for her “appealing clarity and emotional heft” (New York Times), mezzo-soprano Kristin Hoff is a graduate of Vancouver Opera’s Yulanda M. Faris Program, where her debut as Tebaldo in Don Carlo was praised as “absolutely charming in voice and person”. Other credits include Dryade in Ariadne auf Naxos at the Tanglewood Music Festival and the title role in Carmen for Jeunesses Musicales du Canada. Kristin made her Carnegie Hall debut with the MET Chamber Ensemble in Elliot Carter’s Syringa conducted by James Levine. Her critically-acclaimed interpretation of Ana Sokolović’s Love Songs has been seen in 8 different Canadian cities, including at Lanaudiere Festival and Montréal’s Salle Bourgie. Kristin is co-founder of Musique 3 Femmes and Executive Director of the vocal section of the Mécénat Musica Mini-Opéras Santé, a pandemic-born outdoor concert project which brought 4900 mini-concerts to 30,000 people in 2020 alone.