Julie Pasturaud made her debut at the Glyndebourne Festival in Macbeth, conducted by Vladimir Jurowski and directed by Richard Jones, there she sang as well in David McVicar’s Carmen and in the new production of L’Enfant et les Sortilèges directed by Laurent Pelly.
For the past 20 years, her international carreer has taken her to leading stages, London (Barbican, Royal Festival Hall) , Paris (Radio France, Pleyel, Philharmonie de Paris, Opéra de Paris), Bordeaux, Toulouse, Montpellier, Cologne, Rome, Moscow, Munich, Geneva, Stockholm, Monaco, Edinburgh…
She has collaborated with numerous conductors, Sir Colin Davis, Leonard Slatkin, Kazushi Ono, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Charles Dutoit, Stéphane Denève, Mikko Franck, Kazuki Yamada. Michael Schønwandt, William, Christie, Marc Minkowski, Fabio Luisi, Edward Gardner… and the stage directors Jean Bellorini, Robert Carsen, David McVicar, Laurent Pelly, Dominique Pitoiset, Marie-Eve Signeyrole…
Gifted with a strong stage personality, her engagements include Orphée aux Enfers, Hippolyte et Aricie, Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Lucia di Lammermoor, Lakmé, La Cenerentola, La Traviata, Gianni Schicchi, Die tote Stadt, I Puritani, La Fille du régiment, Rigoletto, Cendrillon, Ariadne au Naxos and Les Mamelles de Tirésias.
She also took part in the world premiere of La Métamorphose, a new opera by Michaël Levinas, created at the Opéra de Lille in March 2011.
Future seasons will see a series of exciting projects, Cendrillon (Madame de la Haltière) at Opéra de Limoges, La Forza del destino et Lucia di Lammermoor at the Opéra de Paris, La Cenerentola in Toulouse and Dialogues des Carmélites in Liège.
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