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L’Enfant at les sortilèges in Ohio

19 Jan 2020 / in News

Isabel Leonard returns to the title role of Ravel’s L’Enfant at les sortilèges accompanied by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Louis Langrée conducts Ravel’s fantastical story—a fully staged production that blooms with illustrated animations projected in light on and around the orchestra. This production is a collaboration with the University of Cincinnati’s CCM. The performances take […]

Ravel in Detroit

12 Jan 2020 / in News

Ravel’s Shéhérazade, named for the protagonist of 1,001 Arabian Nights, is a woman who employs her imagination as a means of escape. With text based on three poems by Ravel’s friend Tristan Klingsor, this song cycle drips with the color the French composer is known for. From January 30 to February 1, Isabel Leonard sings […]

Mozart concerts in Utah

27 Dec 2019 / in News

On January 9 at The Noorda at UVU and on January 10 and 11 at Abravanel Hall in Salt Lake City, Isabel Leonard joins Bernard Labadie and the Utah Symphony Orchestra. The program for these concerts will feature Mozart’s Overture to Le Nozze di Figaro, as well as “Non so più” and “Voi che sapete”, […]

House debut singing La Cenerentola in Amsterdam

28 Nov 2019 / in News

On December 3, 6, 10, 12, 16 and 18, Isabel Leonard makes her house debut at the Dutch National Opera in the title role of Rossini’s La Cenerentola. The colorful Laurent Pelly production, led by conductor Daniele Rustioni, also features Lawrence Brownlee, Roberto Tagliavini and Julietta Aleksanyan. For her portrayal of Rossini’s Cinderella at the […]

HairToStay – The Diva Way

04 Nov 2019 / in News

On November 7, Isabel Leonard participates at the HairToStay benefit concert at the Herbst Theatre. HairToStay is the first and only national nonprofit organization dedicated to helping cancer patients afford scalp cooling, a treatment that can dramatically reduce chemotherapy induced hair loss. As well as subsidizing the treatment, they help to raise awareness and offer […]