Christina Raphaëlle Haldane

2056 Christina Haldane HI RESChristina Raphaëlle Haldane’s Rapunzel warbles away in her tower with tongue–in-cheek operatic excess, making you wonder whether, without Sondheim, Hollywood would ever have got to Shrek.”  The Telegraph

In January 2012 Ms. Haldane made her mainland European stage debut, singing Cleopatra to the Cesare of Franco Fagioli, in Finnish National Opera’s new production of GIULIO CESARE IN EGITTO. This success was quickly followed with Handel’s SOLOMON in Krakow with the Capella Cracoviensis conducted by Maestro Alessandro de Marchi. She made her international operatic debut singing the title role in LA FILLE DU RÉGIMENT for Musica Viva Hong Kong in 2010, returning in January 2011 to perform Adina in ELISIR D’AMORE. Her performance as Lucinda in Mendelssohn’s DIE HOCHZEIT DES CAMACHO for the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra/European Opera Centre with Vasily Petrenko has also been released on recording in 2014. Other recent performances include Clorinda LA CENERENTOLA at Iford Arts, a role in which she previously made her debut with Scottish Opera. On the concert stage, her Viennese Programme with the Brighton Philharmonic was described as “superb”. The 2013 season also saw her return to her native Canada, to celebrate her Acadian roots by performing a French song recital for the 51st Festival Acadien. Christina joined the Britten centenary celebrations in 2014 by returning to the Cambridge Philharmonic to sing the role of Second Niece PETER GRIMES. She is dedicated to performing contemporary music and was delighted to contribute to the workshops for Mark Anthony Turnage and Richard Thomas’ new opera ANNA NICOLE at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden.

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