Israeli soprano, Alma Sadé completed her musical studies in New York and was then invited to join the Young Artists Studio of the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, where she was immediately assigned several roles during the season including the Princess, Bergére and Rossignol in L’enfant et les Sortiléges as well as Taumänchen and Sandmänchen in Hänsel und Gretel, Camille in Louise and Erste Knabe in Die Zabuerflöte. She was then invited to join the company in 2010 and has been heard there in roles including Zerlina in Don Giovanni, Constance in Les Dialogues des Carmelites, Pamina in Die Zuaberfloete, Telaire in Castor et Poillux The Niece in Peter Grimes, Tallie in Rameau’s Plate and Carolina in Il Matrimonio Segreto. In the 2012/2013 season she sang her first Susanna in Le Nozze di Figaro.
Before beginning the studio program in Düsseldorf Ms. Sadé appeared many times at the International Vocal Arts Institute in Tel-Aviv. Ms. Sadé has appeared in several productions with IVAI including Suzel in L’amico Fritz as well as Susanna in Le Nozze di Figaro, and roles in La traviata, and Die Zauberflöte.
Alma Sadé made her Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall debut in recital with guitarist Nadav Lev, and performed Pamina in Die Zauberflöte under the direction of Joan Dornemann in New York.As a concert singer Alma Sadé recently sang a gala concert with the Israel Chamber Orchestra in repertoire including Villa-Lobos’ Bachiana Brasilieras No. 5. She also performed this work as a special guest at the Felicja Blumental International Music Festival. In the summer of 2007 Alma Sadé appeared as soloist with Haifa Symphony Orchestra, and appeared in a staged production based on Schubert’s Lieder Shtriker Concert Hall in Tel-Aviv. Since completing her Bachelor of Music degree at Mannes College of Music, she has been presented in recital throughout the United States, and is a featured soloist on the soundtrack for the film Forgiveness, which was honored at the Berlin International Film Festival.