A Southern California native, mezzo-soprano Bonnie Snell Schindler continues to enjoy a multi-faceted career on the operatic, concert, and scoring stage. She has appeared as soloist with the Golden State Pops and the Long Beach City College Orchestra and was the featured soloist with the AISOI Symphony Orchestra in Hobart, Tasmania in Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 4 and Tomorrow, Op.33, by Erich Wolfgang Korngold.
Possessing a voice described as “rich, expressive and lustrous”, recent operatic roles include Nancy (Albert Herring) and Dorabella (Cosi fan Tutte) with Los Angeles Repertory Opera, Prince Orlovsky (Die Fledermaus) with Intimate Opera, and Cherubino (Le Nozze di Figaro) with Opera Pasadena. Bonnie frequently performs with the Los Angeles chamber ensemble Ariadne’s Thread and sings regularly with the Los Angeles Opera Chorus. She may be heard on many recent film scores including X Men Days of Future Past, Jack the Giant Slayer, Distorted, and Vampires: The Turning. She has been an adjunct professor of voice at Pepperdine University and maintains a private vocal studio from her home in Altadena, California.