Described by Expressen as a singer with magnetic stage presence, and by Baroquiades.com as possessing a soprano with “les couleurs cristallines”, Elin Skorup has established herself as one of Sweden’s most sought after specialists in oratorio, opera, and lieder, performing and recording regularly throughout her homeland, and across Europe.
As a concert soprano, Elin has, during the past season, been soloist in the Mozart Requiem with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, has sung in J.S. Bach’s St. Matthew Passion with the Drottningholm Baroque Ensemble, has performed Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 with the Gävle Symphony Orchestra as well as the Mozart C-Minor Mass with both the Nordic Chamber Orchestra under Ragnar Bohlin and at the Palacio de Festivales in Cantabria, Spain. She also performed at the Ton Koopman Itinéraire Baroque Festival in Périgord, France. Elin appeared as a soloist with Gävle Symphony Orchestra singing Brahms under Spanish conductor Jaime Martin. This project was released on Ondine Records in november 2017 as Brahms, Song of Destiny, with Elin’s singing being acclaimed by ForumOpéra.com: ”Worth to be mentioned, in the only number selected from opus 65, the soloist, Elin Skorup, with a beutiful soprano, translates the text remarkably singing Nagen am Herzen fühl ich.” Earlier she has toured Germany as a soloist in J.S. Bach's Christmas Oratorio with the Hannoversche Hofkapelle, and has sung the soprano solo in Händel Dixit Dominus in the Stockholm Concert Hall with conductor Fredrik Malmberg,
On the operatic stage, Elin has among others been featured as Pamina in The Magic Flute, Proserpine in Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo with Göteborg Baroque in Gothenburg (with great reviews) and as the high coloratura role of the Secret Political Police in Mysteries of the Macabre by Ligeti. Elin recently sang in historic performances of Philip Glass’s Satyagraha at the Folkoperan Stockholm, resulting in further successful productions in Gothenburg; and in the fall of 2018, it will travel to the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
During 2018 Elin will perform as the Secretary in Syskonen i Mantua –The Siblings of Mantua, a new and dramatic work to be staged at the beautiful Drottningholm Court Theater. She will also sing the soprano solo parts in Brahms Requiem as well as in Mozart's.
Elin Skorup received her education from the Royal Academy of Music in Stockholm, graduating in 2009, and receiving several scholarships, including the Folkoperans Encouragement Scholarship 2016. Since 2015 Elin works regularly and intense with vocal coach and professor Lena Hellström Färnlöf.
Copyright Elin Skorup 2018