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COC Prelude Magazine

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In anticipation of her role debut as Amelia in the Canadian Opera Company’s A Masked Ball, Prelude Magazine prepared a pictorial timeline from Adrianne’s early appearances at the COC to more recent performances. View the two-page spread in Prelude Magazine (PDF)

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Toronto Star

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Adrianne spoke with the Toronto Star’s Trish Crawford about the honour of receiving the Paul de Hueck and Norman Walford Career Achievement Award from the Ontario Arts Foundation and her upcoming role debut as Amelia in the Canadian Opera Company’s[…]

Opernglas & Nordbayerischer Kurier

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Adrianne spoke with Gord Bowness at IN Toronto and Judy Gerstel of Zoomer Magazine about her upcoming role debut as Amelia in the Canadian Opera Company’s production of Verdi’s A Masked Ball, conducted by Stephen Lord. Read the interviews in […]

National Post & Xtra!

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Adrianne speaks to National Post’s David Rockne Corrigan and Xtra! journalist Chris Dupuis about the honour of becoming an Honorary Fellow of The Royal Conservatory of Music.

Globe and Mail

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The Globe and Mail’s Deirdre Kelly finds out which space in their home is Adrianne, Laura, and Grace’s Favourite Room and why!

Hamilton Spectator

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Adrianne talks to Leonard Turnevicius about upcoming her role debut as Madame Lidoine in the Canadian Opera Company’s Dialogues des Carmélites, opening May 8th in Toronto.  

Hamilton Spectator

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Adrianne speaks with Leonard Turnevicius about singing at the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra’s fundraising gala, her personal connection to the orchestra, and supporting arts organizations.

Opernglas & Nordbayerischer Kurier

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Adrianne talks about her upcoming role as Senta in the Bayreuth Festival’s New Production of Wagner’s Der fliegende Holländer conducted by with Christian Thieleman in interviews with Das Opernglas magazine and the Nordbayerischer Kurier (both in German).

Die Bühne

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German magazine Die Bühne asks Adrianne about her role as Elisabeth de Valois in the French version of Verdi’s Don Carlos being mounted at the Vienna Staatsoper.

CBC TV

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Adrianne speaks with CBC about her role as the fiery diva Floria Tosca in the Canadian Opera Company’s production of the Puccini classic. The video also includes a sneak preview of what to expect from the production! http://www.cbc.ca/player/News/Arts+and+Entertainment/ID/2189893793/

The Grid

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Read a Q&A with Adrianne in Toronto’s The Grid in which she discusses her upcoming role as Tosca at the Canadian Opera Company, and chats about tabloid operas, weird voice-protection techniques and getting away with murder….onstage!

The Torontoist

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Adrianne is interviewed for the Torontoist’s popular feature “I Want Your Job”. Journalist Kelli Korducki and photographer Lodoe-Laura Haines-Wangda catch up with Adrianne backstage as she prepare for Tosca at the COC to find out more about the life of[…]

Toronto Star

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Toronto Star music critic John Terauds talks to Adrianne about coming home to perform in the title role of the Canadian Opera Company’s presentation of the Richard Strauss opera Ariadne auf Naxos, her upcoming an all-German song recital at Koerner Hall[…]

National Post

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Take a tour of Adrianne’s home! Adrianne and her wife Laura Tucker offer the National Post a glimpse into their family’s beautiful Victorian house in Toronto’s Annex.

InToronto

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Adrianne speaks about her upcoming role as Ariadne in the Canadian Opera Company’s Ariadne auf Naxos and her hope that Toronto audiences will embrace the Strauss masterpiece: “It’s funny… terribly romantic… has show-stopping arias and,” she says, breaking into a smile,[…]

The Music Scene

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The Music Scene makes Adrianne their cover story this month in a feature about her recent roles, career, life and advice to young singers.

Opera Canada

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Adrianne shows off her culinary skills! Opera Canada features Opera Canada, a delightful new cookbook created by celebrated Viennese photographer Johannes Ifkovits and his wife Evelyn Rillé. Opera singers are well known for being great and adventurous cooks, able to[…]

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