Skip to main content

Breanna Sinclairé (she-her) Soprano San Franciscan

Breanna Sinclairé is a graduate from Calarts and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music (first Trans person in the Opera program). On the stage, she has performed in many operatic works: Carmen, Samson and Delilah, Durufle’s Requiem to name a few. She has sung with the SF, Washington DC and Los Angeles Gay Men’s Chorus as their guest artist, recently she performed for the Americans for the Arts Annual Convention (alongside House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi). She sang the national anthem for the SF GIANTS, OAKLAND A’s , and The San Francisco Deltas as the first trans singer to perform at a national sporting event. Breanna was named OUT Magazine’s LGBT Hero of the Year 2015. She has traveled across the States and Canada. Her debut at the Walt Disney Concert Hall on July 2017 was one of the many milestones in her operatic career. She performed at the Lincoln Theater, Nourse Theater and many celebrated halls. December 31st, 2018 she made her debut with the San Francisco Symphony as the first trans singer to perform with the orchestra. She was recently in The New York Times in July 2019: NY Times article by Michael Cooper. “Transgender Opera Singers Find Their Voices” and have been featured in KQED, ABC 7 News, & KRON 4 San Francisco. She was interviewed in 2019 for NPR Station KQED Radio “Three Transgender Opera Singers on the Risks They took to Live Authentically”. Breanna Sinclaire sang a rendition of the National Anthem in an episode for the Hit Emmy Award Television show “United Shades Of America with Kamau Bell” on May 30th, 2021, Memorial Day Special.