Ingrid Elanor Berg, Actor

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Ingrid is 11 years old, she loves to play piano, read, ride horses and write stories. Ingrid plays piano, violin and sings.
Skills and training
Ingrid has performed with the Metropolitan Opera since 2010.
Metropolitan Opera Children's Chorus, Tony Piccolo, Director
2014-2016
Piano Studies
2011-2017 Lucy Moses School, Natalia Varlashova, Valida Suck, Jeanette Resnik.
Violin Studies
2009-2017 Emma Weinstein
Dance
2009-2017 Lucy Moses School, Maui Ballet Center, Mikaela Kelly, Chanda Cragnotti
Other
Surfing, windsurfing, biking, skating, basic Russian and Norwegian.
Le Nozze di Figaro
2012 - 2013 Met Opera season
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Eugene Onegin
2013 - 2014 Met Opera season
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La Boheme
2013 - 2014, 2014 - 2015, 2015-2016 Met Opera seasons
Rusalka
2013 - 2014 Met Opera season
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Elixir D'Amour
2013 - 2014, 2014 - 2015, 2015-2016 Met Opera seasons
TESTIMONIALS
"Ingrid is a most extraordinary and promising young actor."

Mark Schneider, director
Ingrid is a most extraordinary and promising young actor. She possesses a wonderful vulnerability and inner strength. She is highly intelligent and a great listener and observer. She has a superior work ethic and a wonderful sense of humor too. As an improviser, Ingrid has a whimsical and daring sensibility, one that leads her down unfathomable roads of invention and creativity. It is one of her great strengths as a performer.
The thing I love most about Ingrid as an actor is that she marinates on ideas and notes. She doesn't say 'yes' until she completely understands what is being asked of her. This sets Ingrid apart from a lot of actors her age (or of any age).
So often in my experience with young actors, I find they are quick to say 'yes'- before they really understand what is being asked of them. They fear being wrong or looking stupid or are so eager to please that they stop thinking. This is not how Ingrid ticks. She's confident enough to kick the tires of an idea first, before making a move and committing herself to something she doesn't believe. This is my kind of actor.


— MARK SCHNEIDER

Mark Schneider is a theatre director and youth acting coach based in New York City. On Broadway, he is credited for his work on twelve shows. He was the Associate Director of Annie The Musical, directed by James Lapine and the Resident Director of Billy Elliot: The Musical, directed by Stephen Daldry. He also served as the Associate Director of Jason Robert Brown's teen musical, 13, featuring Ariana Grande in her Broadway debut. In 2013, Schneider completed work on the new Jay-Z/Will Smith film production of Annie, a modern remake of the beloved musical, coaching Oscar-nominee Quvenzhane Wallis in the title role. The film, directed by Will Gluck, also featured Jamie Foxx, Cameron Diaz, Rose Bryne and Bobby Cannavale. Wallis turn as the plucky New York orphan earned her a Golden Globe Award Nomination for Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical. Currently, Schneider serves as the Resident Director of Miss Saigon, opening this spring at the Broadway Theatre.
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