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Siri Karoline Thornhill began her vocal studies in her home city of Stavanger in Norway and graduated with a master’s degree in Baroque Singing with Diane Forlando, Rita Dams and Marius van Altena at the Music School of The Hague. Her concert and operatic activities include repertoire from early music to the contemporary. She has collaborated with Ton Koopman, Philippe Herreweghe and Ivor Bolton, and appeared in festivals including the Regensburg Early Music Days and the Festival de Printemps in Monte Carlo. She performs with the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, the Ghent Collegium Vocale and the Linz Orfeo Baroque Orchestra, and has appeared in operas at the Berlin Komische Oper, Theater Freiburg and Halle Opera.

For more information, please visit www.siri-thornhill.com.

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