Isabelle Freeman is a soprano from Perth, Western Australia, holding a Masters of Music from Mannes College, and a Bachelor of Music and Graduate Diploma from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. Isabelle is currently pursuing a Professional Studies Diploma at Mannes College, where she is part of the Mannes Opera Young Artist program, and was
awarded the Marian Marcus Wahl Memorial Award. Most recently with Mannes Opera, Isabelle performed the title role in
Samuel Barber’s Vanessa. In the 2015/16 season, she performed Beth in Mark Adamo’s Little Women, and in 2014/15, Isabelle performed the roles of Alms Collector 1 and La Ciesca in a double bill of Suor Angelica/Gianni Schicchi. During
her time at Mannes, Isabelle has also performed scenes from Tosca, Così fan Tutte (Fiordiligi), and Verdi’s Falstaff (Alice).
In Australia, Isabelle has been heard in concert as soprano soloist for Carmina Burana, Mahler’s Symphony 4, Rossini’s
Stabat Mater, and Mendolssohn’s Elijah. During her time at WAAPA, Isabelle performed the role of Katherine in Hermann Goetz’s opera The Taming of the Shrew. With the West Australian Opera, Isabelle was an Emerging Young Artist where she received the Bendat Scholarship.