The Inspiring Journey of Soprano Breanna SinclairéBy Breanna SinclairéPosted in Notes
Breanna Sinclairé is making waves and breaking down barriers as one of the world’s few lyric sopranos who is openly transgender. She was set to make her solo recital and Canadian debut in our Free Concert Series in the Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre, presented by TD Bank, on March 31. This concert was in partnership with Against the Grain Theatre, where she was set to sing the role of Kelly in the world premiere of Bound this spring.
An Update on the Canadian Opera Company’s Spring Season from COC General Director Alexander NeefBy Alexander NeefPosted in 1920
Like all of you, we at the Canadian Opera Company have been closely monitoring the latest developments in the global COVID-19 pandemic. It is a heartbreaking situation to watch unfold, and I hope that everyone has been staying healthy and safe during this difficult time.
Your Guide to Verdi's AidaBy COC StaffPosted in Aida
Aida has rightfully earned its place amongst opera’s greatest hits. It has remained popular since its premiere in 1871 and is considered one of Verdi’s most celebrated works, alongside the likes of La Traviata. So it may be surprising to learn that Verdi was initially reluctant to take on this opera, nor did the path to its world premiere run smoothly.
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