Swedish mezzo-soprano Ida Ränzlöv became an Associate Artist of Classical Opera in 2019 and is also currently a member of the Staatsoper Stuttgart Opera Studio. She was born in Helsingborg, Sweden, and graduated with distinction from Malmö Academy of Music in 2016, where she studied singing with Britta Johansson and Conny Antonov. The same year she joined the Royal College of Music’s International Opera School (RCMIOS), graduating in 2018 as a recipient of an Independent Opera Voice Award. She was a Glyndebourne Jerwood Young Artist (2018), a semi-finalist in the Kathleen Ferrier Competition (2018), an alumni of Solti Accademia di Bel Canto (2017), winner of the Lies Askonas Competition (2017) and received the Maisie Lewis Award from the Musician’s Company (2018), of which she also was appointed Yeoman of the Company. Her studies in London were generously supported by the Josephine Baker Trust, Vivien & Peter Beckwith Fund and Victoria Robey OBE. Recent engagements include Kate Pinkerton (Madama Butterfly) and Sesto (cover, Giulio Cesare) for Glyndebourne Festival, The Daughter (The Vanishing Bridegroom) for British Youth Opera, the title role in Faramondo for London Handel Festival, and The Fox (The Cunning Little Vixen) and Arminda (La finta giardiniera) with RCMIO.