Henriëtte de Groot

Honorary Bard

Henriëtte is an opera singer based in the Netherlands, who performs solo in the fields of opera, art song and oratorio.

For many years she sang at the Dutch Opera House. Her favourite opera roles were as Tatyana in Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin and as Nedda in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci. Through her music and stories from opera, which still resonate for us today, she tries to touch peoples’ hearts. She is currently in the process of producing her debut album, featuring many of her favourite classical songs, and artist friends who accompany her on piano and harp. Her website can be here.


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