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Soprano-"in-excelsis" Delaram Kamareh, ―"has a reputation for being fearless " -Grant Gershon. Her voice was recently described by the Chicago Tribune as having a "blindingly pure timbre" and climbing to "unearthly heights". A true coloratura, ―"silver throated" and "from somewhere in antiquity" stageandcinema, with "stupendously high notes and long leaps not heard since Yma Sumac," laopus, Delaram has quickly established herself as an outstanding young interpreter of contemporary classical music, with a "purity in her voice that is easy to enjoy, pin-point technique, and a remarkable range" Allisyar . Equally comfortable singing classically as she is combining her multi-cultural influences at the forefront of the experimental music scene, this diversity in vocal technique, range and genres allows her to express that syncretic versatility which is much sought after in the contemporary music world.
Delaram has "excelled" latimes, in solo appearances with organizations such as the Los Angeles Philharmonic as Cornelia in the "triumphant reworking" latimes of Composer Lou Harrison's Young Caesar, and in Esa Pekka Salonen‘s Wing on Wing at the Walt Disney Concert Hall yet in 2017, her most personally cherished moment was being the first female soloist to sing in her native country of Iran for an audience of 120,000 people.
In addition Delaram has performed works by Vivaldi and Porpora with Interpreti Veneziani, a chamber ensemble specializing in baroque repertoire for the 2017 Venice Biennale, with the Los Angeles Master Chorale in Tan Dun‘s Water Passion after St. Matthew under the baton of Maestro Grant Gershon at the Walt Disney Concert Hall and at Ravinia Festival in Chicago, with Grammy® award winning Southwest Chamber Orchestra where she sang a "veritable minefield of a soprano part" in Oliver Knussen‘s Hums and Songs of Winnie the Pooh at the Huntington Library, and as a frequent performer with The Industry, Delaram has starred in the local Emmy award winning and pulitzer prize nominated KCET artbound‘s documentary about the world premiere of the acclaimed operatic adaptation of Italo Calvino‘s novel Invisible Cities, in collaboration with Benjamin Millepied‘s LA Dance project; the first opera of its kind utilizing wireless headphones, and set within the beautiful structure of the Los Angeles Union Station. She returned the following season as the protagonist in Hopscotch, a mobile opera in 24 limousines where she was hailed for her performance by The New Yorker magazine.
A voice from the east expressing herself through a western art form: ―Delaram Kamareh. "Remember that name- one to keep your eyes and ears on in the coming years." Allisyar