We wish you a great 2022-2023 season !
We are very happy to stand by your side for this new season and to share with you the upcoming news of our artists :
Opéra Eclaté is taking on tour its new production of Cosi fan tutte, directed by Eric Pérez and conducted by Gaspard Brécourt.
Blaise Rantoanina will be Ferrando.
A performance is scheduled in Vendôme on 10 September : https://opera-eclate.com/spectacle/cosi-fan-tutte/
Clelia Cafiero makes her debut at the head of the Région Centre-Val de Loire/Tours Symphony Orchestra with a programme around Mendelssohn.
Two dates not to be missed : 17 September at Le Malesherbois and 18 September at Neuvy-le-Roi : https://operadetours.fr/fr/programmation/mendelssohn-le-malesherbois-neuvy-le-roi
The Atelier Lyrique de Tourcoing welcomes the Miroirs Etendus company for Britten’s Illuminations.
Sahy Ratia will be the main soloist.
A little gem to be rediscovered on 22 September : https://www.atelierlyriquedetourcoing.fr/les-illuminations-22-sept-2022/
The Rouen Opera opens its new season with Rigoletto, directed by Richard Brunel and conducted by Ben Glassberg.
The young Héloïse Poulet makes he career debuts with the role of the Page.
Five performances not to be missed : 22, 24, 27, 29 September and 1 October : https://www.operaderouen.fr/saison/saison-22-23/rigoletto-2223/
The Opéra National de Montpellier can finally offer the public its production of Aida, directed by Annabel Arden and conducted by Ainars Rubikis.
Jacques-Greg Belobo will be Ramfis…
… while Yoann Le Lan the Messenger.
Performances on 30 September, October 2 and 4 : https://www.opera-orchestre-montpellier.fr/evenements/aida/
The agency Adagio Artists is proud to welcome the following artists :
Olivier Gourdy, a young French bass who has just graduated with great success from the CNSM in Paris.
Rose Naggar-Tremblay, a young mezzo-contralto from Quebec, who has just won the First Grand Prize in Opera at the Georges Enesco International Competition as well as the First Prize in the OSM Competition organised by the Montreal Symphony Orchestra.
Héloïse Poulet, a young French soprano who has just won the Contemporary Music Prize at the Georges Enesco International Competition in Paris and who will soon be the Page in Rigoletto at the Opéra de Rouen.
Rafaela Albuquerque, a young Portuguese soprano from la Fabbrica (the young artist studio of the Rome Opera), where she had the opportunity to get noticed as Clorinda (La Cenerentola), the Sacerdotessa (Aida), Annina (La Traviata) and especially Zerlina (Don Giovanni) on main stage of the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma.
Clarke Ruth, a young Canadian bass-baritone, has just completed his studies at the Hochschule in Cologne.
As a winner of the International singing competition in Clermont-Ferrand, he has been untrusted with the part of Alessio (La Sonnambula) in a coproduction of Clermont-Ferrand, Vichy, Avignon, Metz, Reims, Limoges, Massy and Compiègne opera houses.
Charlie Guillemin, an original and protean artist, a true actor-singer, finds his field of election in character tenor parts.
Recently, he had great success playing the jester Elcius (Croesus by Keiser) at the Théâtre de l’Athénée in Paris and will soon play the part of Remendado (Carmen, Reine du cirque) at the Avignon Opera.
Clelia Cafiero, a young Italian conductor, with a bright future. After assisting Sir Antonio Pappano, she is currently assistant to Lawrence Foster at Marseille Opera.
Her projects include Madama Butterfly at the Quebec Opera, and La Traviata in Marseille.