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Born in Saguenay, Québec, Canadian coloratura soprano Marie-Eve Munger enjoys a flourishing career in both North America and Europe. She has earned a global reputation for her “warm, lyrical" (The Associated Press) voice "with glassy-clear coloratura" (The New York Times) as well as her strong stage presence which “stole the show,” according to The Washington Post.

In a career spanning both sides of the Atlantic, she has sung at houses such as La Scala, Teatro Liceu, La Monnaie, Opéra-Comique, Festival d’Aix-en-Provence, Opéra de Nantes, Opéra de Marseille; Lyric Opera of Chicago, Minnesota Opera and Opéra de Montréal. Her repertoire includes roles such as Juliette, Ophélie, Gilda, Zerbinetta, Lakmé, and La Fée in Cendrillon. In praise of Ms. Munger’s Ophélie, Opéra Today wrote, “Her death scene summoned tears as she dispatched her full high notes with beautiful suppleness, negotiating without flaw the many roulades and chromatic scales.” On the concert stage, she has performed with the Chicago Symphony, Bavarian Radio Orchestra in Munich, the Montréal Symphony, and performs regularly in recital.  Also at home in new music, she created roles such as the Fairy in Pinocchio(Boesmans), La Colorature in The Second Woman (Verrières) and Paradis perdu (Campo) with the Montréal Symphony.

This season, she brings her Adina in L’elisir d’amore to Florentine Opera, performs the Queen of the Night in Die Zauberflöte with Opéra du Rhin, sings the title role in Le domino noir with Opéra de Lausanne, La Fée in Cendrillon with Limoges Opera, Queen of Sheba in Rex Salomonis – Traetta with the Innsbrucker Festswochen, and Arlette in La Chauve-Souris with Opera de Lille. Her album, Maestrino Mozart was released by Atma in September 2022. [read more...]


"... a tour de force..." – Gramophone

Maestrino Mozart (recording) – “Marie-Eve Munger’s new recording is a tour de force of scholarship and artistry…Amid the pensive sentiments are contrasting episodes of fierce emotions and vocal pyrotechnics sung to the literal heights by Munger, a coloratura soprano who savors every challenging passage even as she caresses the dulcet phrases. She collaborates with the vibrant period-instrument ensemble Les Boréades de Montréal, as if on a mission - which of course, she most fervently is."


“... Best of all…” – Opera News

Cendrillon – “Best of all was the Godmother of Marie-Eve Munger, whose pinpoint coloratura and saucy characterization bewitched the audience in her every appearance—the woman knows how to flaunt a platinum punk “do” and glitter polish."


"... otherworldly singing…” – Opera News

Rigoletto – “Quebec-born soprano Marie-Eve Munger was a winning Gilda; her account of the role embraced both the girlish charm of the first act—“Caro nome” was captivating—and the passionate self-sacrifice (however misguided) of the last. Her coloratura was as expressive as it was secure; her otherworldly singing in the final scene held the audience rapt. This is an artist to reckon with.”


"... a dash of magic amid the grim setting..." – BackTrack

Pinocchio– “Best of all was Marie-Eve Munger’s fairy, her filigree coloratura as delicate as French lace, towering over Pinocchio in a steepling white gown. When she spun her high notes, even I felt a dash of magic amid the grim setting.”


"... Munger easily scaled the coloratura heights..." – Chicago Tribune

L’enfant et les sortilèges – “Marie-Eve Munger easily scaled the coloratura heights as the Fire, Princess and Nightingale.”


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Vice President | Classical & Creatives

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