Applauded the world over in concert halls, opera houses, recordings, films, and television, Renée Fleming is one of the most acclaimed singers of our time, with “a voice as warm and rich as a fine single malt."
Through a wide range of activities, Renée Fleming works to affirm the importance of the arts, partnering with artists, scientists, not-for-profit organizations, and educators to demonstrate the benefits of music and the arts for our health, community, and culture.
Across the country, in leadership positions and advisory relationships, Renée Fleming guides the work of major arts institutions, encourages the creation of new work, and mentors young singers beginning their careers.
The Emerson String Quartet reunites with Renée Fleming for André Previn's final work, Penelope, featuring pianist Simone Dinnerstein and special guest Uma Thurman as narrator.
Kennedy Center Terrace Theater
World Premiere Concert: The Hours
Yannick Nézet-Séguin and the Philadelphia Orchestra, joined by a brilliant cast, perform the world premiere concert presentation of Kevin Puts' opera The Hours, based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Michael Cunningham and subsequent award-winning film.
Verizon Hall, Kimmel Cultural Campus
Gala lyrique Renée Fleming
Opéra National de Paris presents a once-in-a-lifetime gala concert, conducted by James Conlon and directed by Robert Carsen, featuring Renée Fleming and friends from the worlds of opera and the theatre.
Renée Fleming is joined by pianist Hartmut Höll, in a recital presented by the Opéra National de Bordeaux.
Grand-Théâtre de Bordeaux
From Voice of Nature: the Anthropocene
This song is featured on my new album with the brilliant Yannick Nézet-Séguin. Our theme was the natural world, as both inspiration and victim of human life. Reynaldo Hahn’s setting of a poem by Paul Verlaine captures the transcendent moment when a couple hold their breath at the perfection of moonrise over a forest. During the shutdown at the start of the pandemic, I found this kind of consolation in long walks outdoors near my home. But in “the age of man,” the climate crisis continues to worsen. I fear that moments like this will only be memories if we don’t act, together and decisively, now.All Videos
Three Billboards- The Last Rose of Summer
Renée's recording of "The Last Rose of Summer" is featured in the opening credits and soundtrack of Oscar nominee Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Casta Diva, Yusupov Palace, St. Petersburg
In "A Musical Odyssey in St. Petersburg," Reneé hosted a concert tour of the dazzling palace theatres of St. Petersburg, singing with her friend, the great Russian baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky.
You'll Never Walk Alone, Lincoln Memorial
Renée sings at the televised "We Are One: The Inaugural Celebration at the Lincoln Memorial" concert for President Obama.
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Voice of Nature: the Anthropocene
Voice of Nature: The Anthropocene is Renée's new album with Yannick Nézet-Séguin. Inspired by the solace Renée found while hiking near her Virginia home during lockdown, the album explores the inspiring connection to the natural world in Romantic-era song and, with three world-premiere recordings, highlights the peril and fragility of the planet today. She remarks, “This music begins in a time almost two centuries ago, when people had a profound connection to the beauty of nature. Now, in the anthropocene — the age of man — we see the effects of our own activity, and the fragility of our environment. Nature has been so good to us: we have not been so good to nature.”