News & Press | February 24, 2019

Boston Globe: Kristine Opolais, BSO deliver an emotional ‘Suor Angelica’

“Puccini’s one-act tragedy “Suor Angelica” ascends (or doesn’t, as the case might be) on the power of its leading lady. For the final third of the opera, its title character is almost entirely alone on stage with her reality fractured by grief. She is swept by a brutal tempest of emotion from despair to ecstasy, […]

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News & Press | January 18, 2019

Tosca at the Wiener Staatsoper

“Vittorio Grigolo hatte in Kristine Opolais eine ebenbürtige Partnerin, die auch eine darstellerische Intensität an den Tag legte, die die Toscas in Wien nicht immer zeigen, mit vielen Details, die normalerweise nicht zu sehen sind. […] Ihr Sopran ist für die Tosca genau richtig. Etwas abgedunkelt, füllig und ausdrucksstark.” Online Merker

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News & Press | December 6, 2018

OperaWire Interview: Soprano Kristine Opolais On Finding Herself Through Tough Times

Latvian Artist On Regaining Her Artistic Identity, Motherhood, & Puccini

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News & Press | November 26, 2018

Suor Angelica at the Metropolitan Opera

“On Friday night, you could see why Puccini loved this opera so much and the emotional intricacy that he worked so hard to build. And Kristine Opolais was the reason why. The Latvian soprano was singing in her 50th Met Opera performance and sixth role (fifth by Puccini) and this might have been one of her […]

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News & Press | October 10, 2018

Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra and Andris Nelsons reviews

“After Andris Dzenītis (dressed in a beautiful white shirt with blue folk motives) received his deserved applause, it was a beautiful and imposing Kristine Opolais that took the stage to sing Liza’s ariosofrom The Queen of Spadesand Tatyana’s Letter Scene from Eugene Onegin, these pieces interspersed with Polonaise from the latter opera. It is interesting […]

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News & Press | July 18, 2018

La Bohème at Tanglewood

“Kristine Opolais is a major soprano, in much demand on the international stage. Her voice, both powerful and plaintive… assured in the climactic moments, and touching for those times of gentle confession as the Puccini score inevitably blooms to some of opera’s most thrilling moments. And Opolais did not disappoint, many times providing the thrills […]

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March 21 & 29, 2019

Manon Lescaut

Staatsoper Hamburg


Christoph Gedschold, conductor

April 18, 2019


Royal Opera House Muscat


Vasily Petrenko, conductor

April 23, 2019

Concert de gala Croix-Rouge luxembourgeoise

Philharmonie Luxembourg

Luxembourg City

Vasily Petrenko, conductor

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