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Corinne Winters, soprano

Corinne Winters © Fay Fox

Corinne Winters discusses Falcon and Zwischenfach roles

Corinne Winters talks about Zwischen territory – the range that lies between traditional soprano and mezzo – and takes us through the mechanics of singing. 
Corinne Winters © Fay Fox

“Violetta is my life's work”: Corinne Winters

Corinne Winters shot to fame when she starred in Peter Konwitschny’s controversial staging of La traviata at ENO and it’s the character of Violetta which is the focus of our conversation.
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Santa FeThe Pearl FishersNew production

Bizet: Les Pêcheurs de perles (The Pearl Fishers)
Timothy Myers; Shawna Lucey; Santa Fe Opera; Jean-Marc Puissant; Brigitte Reiffenstuel; Anthony Clark Evans; Corinne Winters

ViennaHalkaNew production

Moniuszko: Halka
Łukasz Borowicz; Mariusz Treliński; Theater an der Wien; Boris Kudlička; Dorota Roqueplo; Piotr Beczała; Corinne Winters

LondonRusalkaNew production

Dvořák: Rusalka
Antony Hermus; Tatjana Gürbaca; English National Opera; Klaus Grünberg; Barbara Drosihn; Corinne Winters; David Butt Philip
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Mob mentality: a powerful La Juive at Opera Vlaanderen

Corinne Winters (Rachel) and Ray Cornelius Smith (Éléazar) © Opera Ballet Vlaanderen
Peter Konwitschny's production strips away much of the religious symbolism, presenting the difference between Jews and Christians as little more than the dyed colour of their hands. 
****1
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A mortal nothingness: Verdi's Requiem at Westminster Cathedral

Verdi's Requiem at Westminster Cathedral © Thomas Bowles
This concert was inevitably the sum of far more than its parts, and not for nothing are the Monteverdi Choir and the Orchestre Revolutionnaire et Romantiquem, regarded as among the best in the world

Opera Australia's beautiful La traviata returns to Melbourne

Corinne Winters (Violetta) © Jeff Busby
The quality cast purred, but glorious roars are required to jolt audiences from placid enjoyment of Opera Australia’s gorgeous 24-year-old production of this Verdi classic.
***11
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