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  • Diana Damrau: Meyerbeer European Tour

    Diana Damrau: Meyerbeer European Tour

    Diana Damrau: Meyerbeer European Tour

    Diana Damrau: Meyerbeer European Tour

    "Emmanuel Villaume and his orchestra are excellent, the incidental singers classy..."
    - The Guardian
    "Emmanuel Villaume and his orchestra are excellent, the incidental singers classy..."
    - The Guardian
    "Emmanuel Villaume and his orchestra are excellent, the incidental singers classy..."
    - The Guardian
    "Emmanuel Villaume and his orchestra are excellent, the incidental singers classy..."
    - The Guardian
  • Met Opera: Romeo and Juliette

    Met Opera: Romeo and Juliette

    Met Opera: Romeo and Juliette

    Met Opera: Romeo and Juliette

    Emmanuel Villaume’s fervent conducting added the emotional punch...
    - Gay City News
    Emmanuel Villaume’s fervent conducting added the emotional punch...
    - Gay City News
    Emmanuel Villaume’s fervent conducting added the emotional punch...
    - Gay City News
    Emmanuel Villaume’s fervent conducting added the emotional punch...
    - Gay City News
  • Met Opera: Romeo and Juliette

    Met Opera: Romeo and Juliette

    Met Opera: Romeo and Juliette

    Met Opera: Romeo and Juliette

    If there was a star on this night it was French conductor Emmanuel Villaume, who had a clear understanding of Gounod’s score. He began with a loud fortissimo that foreshadowed the impending doom of the two protagonists and immediately gave time to the chorus to depict the events. He then gave the celli a bit of time so they could relish in the love melody. Once the party got started Villaume conducted with vital energy emphasizing the waltz-like movement of the choral music...
    - Operawire
    If there was a star on this night it was French conductor Emmanuel Villaume, who had a clear understanding of Gounod’s score. He began with a loud fortissimo that foreshadowed the impending doom of the two protagonists and immediately gave time to the chorus to depict the events. He then gave the celli a bit of time so they could relish in the love melody. Once the party got started Villaume conducted with vital energy emphasizing the waltz-like movement of the choral music...
    - Operawire
    If there was a star on this night it was French conductor Emmanuel Villaume, who had a clear understanding of Gounod’s score. He began with a loud fortissimo that foreshadowed the impending doom of the two protagonists and immediately gave time to the chorus to depict the events. He then gave the celli a bit of time so they could relish in the love melody. Once the party got started Villaume conducted with vital energy emphasizing the waltz-like movement of the choral music...
    - Operawire
    If there was a star on this night it was French conductor Emmanuel Villaume, who had a clear understanding of Gounod’s score. He began with a loud fortissimo that foreshadowed the impending doom of the two protagonists and immediately gave time to the chorus to depict the events. He then gave the celli a bit of time so they could relish in the love melody. Once the party got started Villaume conducted with vital energy emphasizing the waltz-like movement of the choral music...
    - Operawire
  • Met Opera: Romeo and Juliette

    Met Opera: Romeo and Juliette

    Met Opera: Romeo and Juliette

    Met Opera: Romeo and Juliette

    They sang gorgeously, received glowing assistance from conductor Emmanuel Villaume and the Met Orchestra, behaved like adolescents without embarrassing themselves, and kissed nonstop.
    - NY Theatre Guide
    They sang gorgeously, received glowing assistance from conductor Emmanuel Villaume and the Met Orchestra, behaved like adolescents without embarrassing themselves, and kissed nonstop.
    - NY Theatre Guide
    They sang gorgeously, received glowing assistance from conductor Emmanuel Villaume and the Met Orchestra, behaved like adolescents without embarrassing themselves, and kissed nonstop.
    - NY Theatre Guide
    They sang gorgeously, received glowing assistance from conductor Emmanuel Villaume and the Met Orchestra, behaved like adolescents without embarrassing themselves, and kissed nonstop.
    - NY Theatre Guide