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Praised for her "beautifully ruby-throated quality" (Classical Voice North Carolina), Minnesota native Victoria Erickson is establishing herself as a promising and vibrant soprano. ​Most recently, Ms. Erickson toured Madagascar as a featured soprano with Minnesota based company Really Spicy Opera, where she performed concerts and participated in outreach around the island, as well as covered the role of Angel in the world premiere of Requiem for Frankie Silver with Orpheus Music Project in St. Paul, MN.


Previously, Erickson spent the summer and fall of 2021 as an Emerging Artist with Seagle Festival, where she sang the role of Harmony Twichell in the world premiere of Harmony with music by Robert Carl and libretto by Russell Banks. In 2020, Erickson made her international debut with Really Spicy Opera performing the title role of Émilie in André-Modeste Grétry's 1781 comic opera Émilie ou la belle esclave in Paris.


In 2019, Erickson received the Encouragement Award at the North Dakota-Manitoba District of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, as well as covering Nedda in Greensboro Opera's production of Leoncavallo's Pagliacci. She also made her Greensboro Opera mainstage debut as Mother in Amahl and the Night Visitors in December 2019.


 Also in the 2018-19 season, Erickson performed the role of Blanche in Dialogues des Carmélites with Saltworks Opera, the Resident Opera Company of the Eastern Shore of Virginia and portrayed Alice Ford in Verdi's Falstaff, where she was praised by Voix des Arts for her "pointed wit and sparkling tone wielded with comedic potency" (UNCG Opera Theatre). 


 Other previous engagements include Liù in Turandot (North Carolina Summer Opera), Pamina in Die Zauberflöte, and Granny in a children's touring opera production of Little Red Riding Hood (UNCG Opera Theatre). Erickson received an Encouragement Award at the Charlotte Opera Guild Competition (Opera Carolina) in both 2017 and 2018, and was a finalist for the Student Artist Competition at the UNCG School of Music.


 Additionally, Erickson received a merit-based scholarship to attend Berlin Opera Academy and was awarded a Colburn Fellowship with SongFest in Los Angeles, California. Other opera credits include Maggie in The Clever Artifice of Harriet and Margaret (Really Spicy Opera) and The Baron in an all-female production of Cendrillon (Garden of Song Opera).


 A versatile performer, Erickson has also appeared in musical theatre roles such as Rapunzel in Into the Woods (Phipps Center for the Arts, College Light Opera Company) and Hedy LaRue in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (College Light Opera Company), in addition to performing in a touring revue of Irving Berlin songs with Seagle Festival in Fall 2021.

During the 2022-23 season, Erickson looks forward to returning to Madagascar with Really Spicy Opera as a featured artist in June 2023, as well as performing as the Soprano Soloist with St. Clement's Episcopal Church Choir during their residency at St. Albans Cathedral in the United Kingdom in August 2023.

Piano on Dim Stage


Green Finch and Linnet Bird by Stephen Sondheim | Live in Recital April 30, 2022Victoria Erickson, soprano | Charles Kemper, piano
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October 16, 2022

St. Clement's Episcopal Church Choir


Soprano Soloist

St. Mark's Cathedral

St. Paul, MN

June 2023

Really Spicy Opera + Aria Institute

Soprano Soloist 

Antananarivo, Madagascar

July 29-August 7 2023

St. Clement's Episcopal Church Choir

Evensong Residency

Soprano Soloist

St. Albans Cathedral

St. Albans, United Kingdom



Ms. Erickson is available for a variety of bookings, including:
Opera, Musical Theatre, Oratorio, Cabaret, Recital/Concert, Wedding/Memorial Services, and Private Events.

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