Corinne has been nominated for an International Opera Award in the Young Singer category!
The American premiere of Dr. Sun Yat-sen at Santa Fe Opera is a hit! The New York Times says:
"The emotional fulcrum of the opera turned out to be the soprano Corinne Winters...an outstanding actress as well as a singer of extraordinary grace and finesse. The aria in which she laments the miscarriage she suffered during an attempt on Sun’s life was profoundly moving. Musically, too, her appearances are among the richest in the opera..."
London is mad for Terry Gilliam's "bonkers" Benvenuto Cellini -- read rave reviews from Opera Magazine, The Telegraph, Financial Times, London Evening Standard, and The Guardian, among others!
Corinne will return to Opera Theatre of Saint Louis in summer 2015 to sing her first Magda in La Rondine.
Corinne will make her role/house debut as Donna Anna in the Vlaamse Opera Antwerp Don Giovanni in spring 2015.
Corinne will make her Washington National Opera debut as Mimì in a new production of La bohème in fall 2014.
Corinne will make her Tatiana debut in Arizona Opera's Eugene Onegin in the 2014-2015 season.
Future seasons include debuts with the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Canadian Opera Company, Opernhaus Zürich, and Orchestra dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, among others.
Can't believe my time at @santafeopera is coming to an end! Toi x3 to my amazing colleagues for a great final show. I will miss you all. ❤️🎶
Corinne and tenor Joseph Dennis sing the Act I love duet and Act II marriage duet from Huang Ruo's Dr. Sun Yat-sen at Santa Fe Opera in July 2014.