Californian soprano Angel Blue's voice has been recognized for its shining and agile upper register, "smoky" middle register, and beautiful timbre. She has performed internationally and won numerous awards. Blue is a former member of the Domingo-Thornton Young Artist Program at Los Angeles Opera and the Artistas de la Academia "Placido Domingo" del Palau de les Arts, which is an opera training program led by Rossini specialist Maestro Alberto Zedda.
In the 2008/2009 season, Angel made her debut with the San Francisco Opera Company as Clara in Porgy and Bess, she was the featured soloist with the Valdosta Symphony in Valdosta, Georgia where she sang the soprano role in Arthur Honegger's King David and also performed scenes from La Traviata (Violetta) with the Korean Symphony Orchestra Germany in Seoul and Busan, Korea.
Miss Blue was a finalist in Operalia 2009, receiving 1st place in the Zarzuela competition, and 2nd place in the Opera competition. Angel was honored to be a part of the 17th Annual Verbier Festival in Verbier, Switzerland where she sang in an "Operalia Tribute" Concert sponsored by Rolex in July 2010. In 2011 she was on tour with Placido Domingo opening the Kaufmann Center in Kansas City, Missouri, the Royal Opera House in Muscat, Oman, and concerts in Beijing, China as well as Zagreb, Croatia. In 2012 Angel will sing die Dritte Norn in Oper Frankfurt's production of Götterdämmerung with Sebastian Weigle conducting, Giulietta in Hoffmann Erzählungen in Wien, Austria, Clara in Porgy and Bess in Concert with the Berlin Philharmonic conducted by Sir Simon Rattle, and the Mahler 2nd Symphony with Zubin Mehta at the Maggio Musicale in Florence, Italy.
Some of her operatic roles include the title role in Suor Angelica, the Mother in Amahl and the Night Visitors, Jenny in Threepenny Opera, Mimi and Musetta in La Boheme, Micaela in Carmen, Lucia in Lucia di Lammermoor, Helena in A Midsummer Night's Dream, Violetta in La Traviata, Liu in Turandot, Countessa Almavia in Le Nozze di Figaro, Female Chorus in The Rape of Lucretia, Antonia and Giuletta in The Tales of Hoffmann, Belinda and Dido in Dido and Aeneas, Donna Elvira and Donna Anna in Don Giovanni, and Alcina in Alcina.