Corinne will make her debut at Opernhaus Zürich as Mélisande in their new production of Pelléas et Mélisande, conducted by Alain Altinoglu and directed by Dmitri Tcherniakov.

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Photo credit: Jane Hobson

Photo credit: Jane Hobson

English National Opera's production of Benvenuto Cellini is featured in several "Best of 2014" lists:

The Stage
Best Opera
The Telegraph
5 Best Operas
The Guardian
10 Best Classical Music Live Events
International Opera Awards
Best New Production (nominated)

Photo credit: Cade Martin

Photo credit: Cade Martin

Corinne made a splash in her Washington National Opera debut as Mimì in La bohème, with Broadway World calling her Mimì "ethereal and sweet" and Metro Weekly writing, "Winters' soprano is heartbreakingly lovely. Sweet but not saccharine, subtle but gratifyingly true, a sound that is the essence of Mimi herself."

Photo credit: Kristin Hoebermann

Photo credit: Kristin Hoebermann

Corinne's first album, Canción amorosa, has been released!

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Corinne talked to Opera News about why she loves Tchaikovsky heroines, discovering new things in repeat roles, how veering off the standard path enriches her artistry, and what it's like to coach Violetta with the legendary Diana Soviero.

Corinne talks with Elaine Reyes of CCTV's Americas Now about La bohème at Washington National Opera, her debut album Canción amorosa, and singing in Mandarin in Santa Fe Opera's Dr. Sun Yat-sen.

Marriage duet from Huang Ruo's Dr. Sun Yat-sen at Santa Fe OperaOpera News said, "Central to the production was Corinne Winters, a potent, luminous performer, as Soong Ching-ling. Winters generated the energy that drove the production and became an iconic figure for the suffering caused by revolution."


Corinne joins the New York Festival of Song in April 2015 to perform Letters from Spain in both New York City and Washington, D.C.


Corinne returns to Opera Theatre of Saint Louis for her role debut as Magda in La rondine in May and June 2015