Mira Ormala is a Classical Crossover soprano and actress who has performed in several award-winning shows in the West End, across the UK and internationally.
Her concert work includes performing at the Royal Albert Hall with Sir Elton John, appearing as a soloist for 'The Great British Musicals' as well as with the Welsh Musical Theatre Orchestra and touring worldwide with classical crossover duo 'Opera Girls'.
Originally from Finland, Mira trained classically at the renowned Sibelius Academy in Helsinki before moving to London to train at the Royal Academy of Music. After graduating, Mira made her West End debut understudying and playing Christine Daaé in Andrew Lloyd Webber's original production of 'Love Never Dies' at the Adelphi Theatre starring Ramin Karimloo and Sierra Boggess.
Mira most recently starred as Christine Daaé in the Norwegian Premiere of 'The Phantom of the Opera', directed by Stephen Barlow and choreographed by Ewan Jones. Her other theatre credits include starring in the What's On Stage Award nominated 'You Won't Succeed on Broadway' at The Other Palace, Jill in 'Jack & The Beanstalk' at Theatre Royal Norwich, working with award winning director Tamara Harvey on 'Breeders' at The Other Palace, as well as playing Anne Egerman in Stephen Sondheim's 'A Little Night Music' at the Sir Jack Lyons Theatre.
Opera credits include 'Pirates of Penzance', 'The Mikado', 'Yeomen of the Guard' and 'The Sorcerer' with the National Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company as well as 'Madama Butterfly', 'Turandot' and 'Mefistofele' at the Savonlinna Opera Festival.
"Mira Ormala expresses the sweet naivety of Christine exquisitely. I believed in her portrayal, and she truly sings beautifully in her very high soprano voice." (Broadway World)
"Mira Ormala powers into some serious high notes..." (WhatsOnStage)
"Mira Ormala expertly tapped into Eliza Doolitle’s air of both naiveté and glee during her performance of “I Could Have Danced All Night” from My Fair Lady." (Jerusalem Post)
"Sophie Evans also teams up with poised soprano Mira Ormala for "I Could Have Danced All Night', slyly reimagined as a competitive duet" (The Arts Desk)
"‘Think of Me’ from Phantom of the Opera, and musical numbers from The Pirates of Penzance, were also tackled with ease by the incredible range of Mira Ormala, whose high notes were enviable." (The Ross Gazette)
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