NEWS & REVIEWS
Corinne's debut as Desdemona in Opera Vlaanderen's Otello has earned raves:
"In Corinne Winters, Michael Thalheimer has found a stunning, intense and heartbreaking Desdemona..."
Klara Classical Radio
"In all that lusciousness a sublime Corinne Winters, in her role debut as Desdemona, is the bright light..."
"The Audrey Hepburn-esque Desdemona of Corinne Winters is just as strong vocally, but with grace and nuance."
Corinne will open and close her 2016/17 season at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, making her house debut as Fiordiligi in a new production of Così fan tutte in the fall and returning in the summer as Violetta in La traviata.
Corinne will make her San Diego Opera debut in her signature role of Violetta in Marta Domingo's gilded flapper-era production of La traviata.
Corinne will also make her Seattle Opera debut in the 2016-17 season, appearing as Violetta in the Peter Konwitschny production of La traviata before making her role debut as the title character in Katya Kabanova.
Reviews are in for Corinne's Mimì in English National Opera's new Benedict Andrews production of La bohème:
"A voice full of emotion and vulnerability..."
The Daily Express
"Bright, pure, unshakeable singing and a touchingly genuine character..."
"Musically the show is dominated by Winters, whose sound is far bigger and more burnished than her waif-like frame might suggest."
The London Times
Corinne's first album, Canción amorosa, has been released! Operatic superstar Joyce DiDonato says:
“This CD is a triple threat: sublime, beautiful songs, exquisite singing, masterful playing. Corinne Winters is one of America’s premier new voices, and in Steve Blier she has the collaborator of one’s dreams.”
Corinne talks 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 joins tenor Joseph Dennis in the Marriage duet from Huang Ruo's Dr. Sun Yat-sen at Santa Fe Opera. Opera 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."