Mezzo-soprano Annelies Lamm studied with the famous baritone Henk Smit and won the Marriot Opera Competition in Amsterdam.
She is well-known for her wide concert repertoire, including works of Bach, Rossini, Verdi, Dvorak, Szymanowski and Martin.
Her most recent success was as the Angel in Elgar’s
The Dream of Gerontius.

Ms. Lamm is equally at home on the operatic stage, where her roles include Arsace in
Semiramide, The Minskwoman in JonathanDove’s Flight, Mamma Lucia in Cavalleria Rusticana, the Chambermaid in Boesman’s Reigen, and the Electress in Henze’s Der Prinz von Homburg. Most recently she sang Rossweise in the Nationale Reisopera’s very successful production of Die Walküre. In 2012 she returned to the same company for the 2nd Norn in Götterdämmerung.

Conductors with whom Ms. Lamm has sung include Gabriele Bellini (Adalgisa in
Norma), Lawrence Renes (Mahler 2nd Symphony), Ed Spanjaard, Patrick Davin, David Perry, and Ton Koopman. In the famous Saturday Matinees, she has sung with Edo de Waart, Reinbert de Leeuw and Daniel Reuss. Stage directors she has worked with include Peter Konwitschny, Friederich Meyer Oertel, Gerhard Jan Rijnders, Jos Groenier and Peter te Nuijl.