Sofia Troncoso


Sofia Troncoso is an American Soprano of South American heritage currently studying with Janis Kelly. A recent Young Artist at the National Opera Studio, she was featured with WNO, Scottish Opera and Opera North singing Amina, Norina, Cendrillon, Frasquita, Zerlina, and Susanna. She also performed in contemporary scenes with David Pountney and was subsequently reviewed by Opera magazine as having “a creamy soprano voice and excellent acting skills”.

Sofia was a Studio Artist for Central City Opera and was previously twice selected for the Castleton Artist Training Program. In 2017 she was a Les Azuriales Young Artist where she sang Nanetta in Falstaff and won both the Karaviotis Prize and Salter Audience Prize. Most recently she covered Cleopatra in Bury Court’s production of Giulio Cesare and was a featured soloist with the Xi’an Symphony Orchestra. This autumn she will be an Emerging Artist for Scottish Opera.

Longborough debut: Poppea/L'incoronazione di Poppea (2018)

Recent engagements: Fortuna & Poppea cover/L’incoronazione di Poppea (NU); Selena Pergolesi's La serva padrona (adapted for Edinburgh Fringe); Zerlina/Don Giovanni (Hampstead Garden Opera); Vixen/Cunning Little Vixen, Susanna/The Marriage of Figaro (Grimeborn); Suor Genovieffa/Suor Angelica (LunchBreak Opera); Frasquita/Carmen (Ormond Opera).