Laure Meloy

soprano voice
Laure Meloy has been critically acclaimed for her portrayal of Hecuba, Queen of Troy in English Touring Opera's 2014 Olivier Award winning production of King Priam. She joined the roster of the Metropolitan Opera, New York in the 2012-2013 season and has performed at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, English National Opera, Welsh National Opera, and Opera North. Roles include Lucia, Fiordiligi, Lulu and Zerbinetta. A keen proponent of contemporary classical music, Ms. Meloy has premiered many new works, and her voice was featured on the soundtrack of the BBC/Sony film 'Rocketmen.' Recent projects include the CD 'Sorcery & Seduction,' recitals at the Canterbury Festival and St. Pancras Church, London, and Queen of Night for English Touring Opera. Future engagements include covering Ariel The Tempest for the Vienna Staatsoper.

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Zaïde / Adama
2017-06-19 Opernwelt Magazine , Freiburg
"Laure Meloy sings the enchanting Zaide Aria "Ruhe sanft mein holdes Leben" smoothly to the top, with a substance that seems to extend far beyond the required lyricism."
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"'Soprano Laure Meloy is astounding in her performance as Ariel, a role that's a brilliant stroke from Adès' pen...In this production, Ariel is an airborne theremin, a fireball of fioritura and a squeaky Scarbo flitting about on pulleys and wires. Needless to say, she's a scene stealer.'
- Alexandra Ivanoff,

'Laure Meloy sang the role of Elsie with impressive poise and a finished soprano.' The New York Times

'an excellently sung Queen of the Night by Laure Meloy' Opera Now

'Laure Meloy sang the Marquise de Cathe with pleasing flexibility and admirable control.' Opera News

"...a stunning performance of Carl Orff's Carmina Burana. Internationally acclaimed singers Laure Meloy (soprano), John Pierce (tenor), and Simon Thorpe (baritone) gave dramatic performances of the challenging solos."
Inside Kent Magazine

'Laure Meloy's striking Queen of the Night is stunningly confident, pure and accurate.' London Evening Standard

'Laure Meloy's thoughtful Queen of the Night was virtuosic and not the usual pantomime caricature of evil.' The Observer
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