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Celebrate Pride with Operatic Soprano Breanna Sinclairé

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Celebrate Pride with Operatic Soprano Breanna Sinclairé

First Transgender Singer to Perform National Anthem for Major League Baseball Featured in International Concerts and on National TV on PBS and in New York Times and NPR

(photo by Spencer Aldworth Brown)

22 April 2024 – San Francisco, CA: In a season celebrating diversity and acceptance, Breanna Sinclairé, a renowned transgender soprano, is set to captivate audiences with her powerful performances during LGBT Pride Month. Breanna, celebrated for her groundbreaking roles and enchanting vocal prowess, is a fervent advocate for transgender visibility and empowerment through the arts.

Breanna Sinclairé made history in June 2015, when she sang the national anthem at the Oakland Athletics Stadium to a crowd of 30,000 for a game between the A’s and the San Diego Padres. She has since performed the anthem at other sporting events, including for the SF Giants and the San Francisco Deltas. 

On Memorial Day 2021, for an international TV audience, Sinclairé performed the anthem on CNN’s “United Shades of America” with W. Kamau Bell. 

An acclaimed professional soprano, Sinclairé has performed with notable classical artists and orchestras at prestigious venues across the United States and in Europe. A graduate of CalArts and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, she was the first transwoman of the opera program and has performed in productions of Carmen, The Magic Flute, La Calisto, and more. 

In 2022, Sinclairé was featured in the world premiere opera-film Bound produced by Toronto’s Against the Grain Theatre. In June 2022, Sinclairé was one of the stars of the first-ever nationally televised Pride Concert on PBS, True Colors: LGBTQ+ Our Stories, Our Songs. In 2021, Sinclairé was honored by the San Francisco Business Times with one of its Outstanding Voices awards. In 2022 Breanna made her European debut with performances in Amsterdam and Berlin.

Reflecting on her journey and the significance of Pride Month, Breanna shares, “As a trans artist, I cherish the opportunity to blend my passion for opera with advocacy, using my voice to foster inclusivity and understanding. Pride is about celebrating who we are and inspiring others to live their truth without fear.”

This Pride Month, experience the inspirational and transformative performances of Breanna Sinclairé, a true pioneer in the world of classical music and a beacon of hope for the LGBTQ+ community.

Breanna Sinclairé is available for interviews and bookings throughout Pride Month and beyond, celebrating diversity and unity through her performances. Join her in this celebration of love, acceptance, and the arts.

About Breanna Sinclairé:

Breanna Sinclairé is an acclaimed transgender soprano known for her stirring performances and trailblazing presence in the world of opera. A graduate of the prestigious CalArts and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, Sinclairé has graced stages worldwide, advocating for LGBTQ+ rights through her artistry. Her historic performances and accolades highlight her commitment to breaking barriers and fostering a more inclusive society.

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