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  • Juilliard Orchestra: L’enfant et les sortilèges

    Juilliard Orchestra: L’enfant et les sortilèges

    Juilliard Orchestra: L’enfant et les sortilèges

    Juilliard Orchestra: L’enfant et les sortilèges

    The singers and orchestral musicians were game for anything thrown at them and Villaume led a taut performance that still left room for the humor in the score.
    - Broadway World
    The singers and orchestral musicians were game for anything thrown at them and Villaume led a taut performance that still left room for the humor in the score.
    - Broadway World
    The singers and orchestral musicians were game for anything thrown at them and Villaume led a taut performance that still left room for the humor in the score.
    - Broadway World
    The singers and orchestral musicians were game for anything thrown at them and Villaume led a taut performance that still left room for the humor in the score.
    - Broadway World
  • Metropolitan Opera: Thais

    Metropolitan Opera: Thais

    Metropolitan Opera: Thais

    Metropolitan Opera: Thais

    In the pit, Emmanuel Villaume put in just as excellent a performance and one must no doubt credit him for the genius of his lead artists as well. From the opening chords to the final ones, the polish of one of Massenet’s finest scores was felt.
    - OperaWire
    In the pit, Emmanuel Villaume put in just as excellent a performance and one must no doubt credit him for the genius of his lead artists as well. From the opening chords to the final ones, the polish of one of Massenet’s finest scores was felt.
    - OperaWire
    In the pit, Emmanuel Villaume put in just as excellent a performance and one must no doubt credit him for the genius of his lead artists as well. From the opening chords to the final ones, the polish of one of Massenet’s finest scores was felt.
    - OperaWire
    In the pit, Emmanuel Villaume put in just as excellent a performance and one must no doubt credit him for the genius of his lead artists as well. From the opening chords to the final ones, the polish of one of Massenet’s finest scores was felt.
    - OperaWire
  • Metropolitan Opera: Thais

    Metropolitan Opera: Thais

    Metropolitan Opera: Thais

    Metropolitan Opera: Thais

    A wonderfully committed Ailyn Pérez and Gerald Finley at Saturday afternoon’s revival abetted by Emmanuel Villaume’s passionate conducting converted me to a Thaïs believer.
    - Parterre
    A wonderfully committed Ailyn Pérez and Gerald Finley at Saturday afternoon’s revival abetted by Emmanuel Villaume’s passionate conducting converted me to a Thaïs believer.
    - Parterre
    A wonderfully committed Ailyn Pérez and Gerald Finley at Saturday afternoon’s revival abetted by Emmanuel Villaume’s passionate conducting converted me to a Thaïs believer.
    - Parterre
    A wonderfully committed Ailyn Pérez and Gerald Finley at Saturday afternoon’s revival abetted by Emmanuel Villaume’s passionate conducting converted me to a Thaïs believer.
    - Parterre
  • Metropolitan Opera: Thais

    Metropolitan Opera: Thais

    Metropolitan Opera: Thais

    Metropolitan Opera: Thais

    Emmanuel Villaume conducted a wonderful account of the score, with impeccable balance and a constant sense of direction: this was music one could have listened to for hours on end.
    - Bachtrack
    Emmanuel Villaume conducted a wonderful account of the score, with impeccable balance and a constant sense of direction: this was music one could have listened to for hours on end.
    - Bachtrack
    Emmanuel Villaume conducted a wonderful account of the score, with impeccable balance and a constant sense of direction: this was music one could have listened to for hours on end.
    - Bachtrack
    Emmanuel Villaume conducted a wonderful account of the score, with impeccable balance and a constant sense of direction: this was music one could have listened to for hours on end.
    - Bachtrack
  • Dallas Opera: Samson & Dalila

    Dallas Opera: Samson & Dalila

    Dallas Opera: Samson & Dalila

    Dallas Opera: Samson & Dalila

    The orchestra responded beautifully to his expressive beat patterns, but he was not rigid. He gave the singers freedom to sing the opera the way they wanted while keeping a tight grip on the forward motion of Saint-Saëns’ glorious score. Hearing him do this in such a subtle manner has changed my entire concept of how opera should be conducted. You owe it to yourselves to get a ticket.
    - Theater Jones
    The orchestra responded beautifully to his expressive beat patterns, but he was not rigid. He gave the singers freedom to sing the opera the way they wanted while keeping a tight grip on the forward motion of Saint-Saëns’ glorious score. Hearing him do this in such a subtle manner has changed my entire concept of how opera should be conducted. You owe it to yourselves to get a ticket.
    - Theater Jones
    The orchestra responded beautifully to his expressive beat patterns, but he was not rigid. He gave the singers freedom to sing the opera the way they wanted while keeping a tight grip on the forward motion of Saint-Saëns’ glorious score. Hearing him do this in such a subtle manner has changed my entire concept of how opera should be conducted. You owe it to yourselves to get a ticket.
    - Theater Jones
    The orchestra responded beautifully to his expressive beat patterns, but he was not rigid. He gave the singers freedom to sing the opera the way they wanted while keeping a tight grip on the forward motion of Saint-Saëns’ glorious score. Hearing him do this in such a subtle manner has changed my entire concept of how opera should be conducted. You owe it to yourselves to get a ticket.
    - Theater Jones
  • Dallas Opera: Samson & Dalila

    Dallas Opera: Samson & Dalila

    Dallas Opera: Samson & Dalila

    Dallas Opera: Samson & Dalila

    Saint-Saëns' orchestral writing — including the famous Bacchanal — is a marvel of color, atmosphere and drama, and music director Emmanuel Villaume skillfully managed and balanced it on opening night.
    - The Dallas Morning News
    Saint-Saëns' orchestral writing — including the famous Bacchanal — is a marvel of color, atmosphere and drama, and music director Emmanuel Villaume skillfully managed and balanced it on opening night.
    - The Dallas Morning News
    Saint-Saëns' orchestral writing — including the famous Bacchanal — is a marvel of color, atmosphere and drama, and music director Emmanuel Villaume skillfully managed and balanced it on opening night.
    - The Dallas Morning News
    Saint-Saëns' orchestral writing — including the famous Bacchanal — is a marvel of color, atmosphere and drama, and music director Emmanuel Villaume skillfully managed and balanced it on opening night.
    - The Dallas Morning News