Johanna Bronk, mezzo-soprano, is an avid performer of opera, recital and Baroque repertoire.
She been a featured soloist and recitalist at the Carmel Bach Festival, American Bach Soloists Festival, Styriarte Festival Graz, Austria, Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Institute, Boston Early Music Festival, Bach Collegium San Diego, Rogue Valley Symphony Orchestra, and West Edge Opera.
Her opera credits include title roles in Ariodante and Dido and Aeneas, Nerone in L’incoronazione di Poppea, Telemaco in Il Ritorno d’Ulisse in Patria, and Ottone and Narciso in Agrippina.
Johanna was recently a finalist in the 2017 Handel Aria Competition and international Tafelmusik Baroque Vocal Competition and a recipient of the Craig Smith Bach Fellowship at SongFest Colburn.
She has made appearances at Carnegie Hall, San Francisco Opera, with TENET NYC, Emmanuel Music, and Sacred Music in a Sacred Space. Johanna holds degrees from San Francisco Conservatory and Oberlin Conservatory.
In her free time, Johanna enjoys hiking, gluten-free baking, learning German, and drawing.
“The mission of Music for Food is deeply resonant with my belief that positive change
happens through education and direct action. We believe that through pooling resources and combining communities we form networks of people who care about and are accountable to each other. Music is a prime modality for inspiring change because it enlivens the imagination, the necessary tool for envisioning a more just world.”