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
The 2017-2018 season saw Ms. Munger as La Fée in Pinocchio with La Monnaie in Brussels and Opéra de Dijon, L’Infante in Der Zwerg with Opéra de Lille and Opéra de Renne, Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady with Opéra de Marseille, Gilda in Rigoletto with Minnesota Opera, and Roméo et Juliette with Opéra de Montreal. Engagements for 2018-2019 included La fée in Cendrillon with Lyric Opera of Chicago and Zerbinetta in Ariadne auf Naxos with Opéra de Lausanne. The 2019-2020 season sees 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.
"Best of all was the Godmother of Marie-Eve Munger, whose pinpoint coloratura and saucy characterization bewitched the audience in her every appearance—the woman knows how to flaunt a platinum punk “do” and glitter polish."
"Quebec-born soprano Marie-Eve Munger was a winning Gilda; her account of the role embraced both the girlish charm of the first act—“Caro nome” was captivating—and the passionate self-sacrifice (however misguided) of the last. Her coloratura was as expressive as it was...
"Verdi’s best music is almost invariably delivered by Rigoletto, daughter Gilda and the Duke. Among the three, I was most impressed by soprano Marie-Eve Munger as Gilda. Seldom will you hear Gilda’s ascents up the scale handled with such tenderness and fluidity. Gilda’...