Canadian coloratura soprano Marie-Eve Munger has been hailed for her crystalline timbre, soaring range and moving performances. Opéra Magazine hailed Ms. Munger’s Ophelia, saying “Her death scene summoned tears as she dispatched her full high notes with beautiful suppleness, negotiating without flaw the many roulades and chromatic scales.” Current and upcoming engagements for Ms. Munger include Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni at Opera Toulon, Vogel in Die Vogel with Strasbourg Opera, Theodora in Handel’s Theodora with Trinity Wall Street at Caramoor, and recitals at Les Boreades in Montreal and St. Cyriac Church.

The 2019-2020 season saw her as Ophélie in Hamlet with Angers-Nantes Opera and Opera de Rennes, Countess Adele in Le comte Ory with Opera de Toulon, and Fire/Nightingale in L’enfant et les sortilèges with the Orchestre Symphonique de Quebec. 

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