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The Adagio team wish you a good start of the opera season !

We are happy to see you again for this new season, which we hope will be more exciting than the last one.

It is therefore full of hope that we share with you the upcoming news of our artists :



The Opéra Comique brings to life Philippe Hersant’s new opera : Les Eclairs, conducted by Ariane Matiakh and directed by Clément Hervieu-Léger.

Jérôme Boutillier will play the industrialist Parker.

A thrilling opera to discover on November 2, 4, 6 and 8: https://www.opera-comique.com/fr/spectacles/les-eclairs




Twenty months later, the Dijon Opera new production of Macbeth is finally seeing the light of day, under the direction of Sebastiano Rolli and staging of Nicola Raab.

The young Yoann Le Lan will sing his first Malcolm.

Four dates to experience this Verdian masterpiece, on November 2, 4, 7 and 9: https://opera-dijon.fr/fr/au-programme/calendrier/saison-21-22/macbeth/




The Toulon Opera returns with airs of nobility to café-concert with a program around Félix Mayol, the king of song, in a production by Olivier Desbordes.

Vincent Renaud will conduct the orchestra.

An opportunity to rediscover the golden age of French song, on November 6: https://www.operadetoulon.fr/spectacles/autres-rendez-vous-mayol-le-prince-de-la-chanson/432.htm




The Co(opera)tive can finally present its production of La Dame Blanche, after having recorded it for streaming almost a year ago, still conducted by Nicolas Simon at the head of Les Siècles and directed by Louise Vignaud.

Sahy Ratia will sing the role of Georges Brown




… and Caroline Jestaedt the part of Anna.

The tour starts in Compiègne on November 9 and 10: http://www.lacoopera.com/la-dame-blanche




The Théâtre des Champs-Elysées creates a sensation with a new production of Eugene Onegin, imagined by Stephen Braunschweig and conducted by Karina Canellakis.

Gelena Gaskarova will make her Parisian debut as Tatyana, one of her signature roles.

A jewel of the Russian repertoire to be rediscovered on November 10, 13, 15, 17 and 19: https://www.theatrechampselysees.fr/saison/opera-mis-en-scene/eugene-oneguine




After Luxembourg, the production of Le Nozze di Figaro, as imagined by James Gray, will shine under the gilded dome of the Théâtre Royal du Château de Versailles, conducted by Gaétan Jarry.

Matthieu Lécroart will once again embody the grumpy Antonio.

See you on November 27, 28 and 30, as well as on December 1 : https://www.chateauversailles-spectacles.fr/programmation/mozart-les-noces-de-figaro_e2468


The agency Adagio Artists is proud to welcome the following artists :


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.