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Chantal Dionne as the Countess in Mozart's Marriage of Figaro

"In the main roles, we appreciate the maturity of the interpreters of the Count and the Countess, two doctoral students in singing, judiciously distributed. They show here an assurance and a projection that some of their juniors still lack. ." 

Pascal Blanchet reviews the Opera  Published in March 2016

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“...A vocalist who can negotiate (vocal) leaps effortlessly, Dionne can certainly bring off a lullaby with simple grace. A singer...demonstrating her abundant gifts»

.A.Kaptainis, The Montreal Gazette


“ChantalDionne, lyrical soprano with a velvety timbre, impeccable highs, a vocal line never
bumpy, doubled with elegiac pianissimo, works wonders in this repertoire.
(Rachmaninoff-Liszt, from his album Romances) »
BN. Codaex, Medan, France.


“…Chantal Dionne turns out to be a powerhouse in this debut Analekta recital, unleashing torrents of
sound in Rachmaninoff and carrying the simpler tunes of Liszt with natural and disarming musicality.”
A. Kaptainis, The Gazette Montreal


"In her first steps on the record, soprano Chantal Dionne does not miss the opportunity to do good
impression. The quality of this Rachmaninoff-‐Liszt recital owes as much to the timbre of the voice as to the maturity
of the interpreter who reveals himself in twenty melodies sung with accuracy and generosity.
Richard Boisvert, The Sun, Quebec


“Canadian soprano Chantal Dionne lends her fairness and touching intonations to Girolama,
which we regret that it only appears in one painting.
Bruno Villien, Opera Magazine, France


“Chantal Dionne (solo soprano)... sang splendidly on her own and in concert… newcomer in 20's sound like
pro in her prime. »
A.Kaptainis, The Gazette, Montreal

“Chantal Dionne… a healthy and… classy voice and technique…”
C.Gingras, La Presse, Montreal

“This was due tu a more than honest performance from the choirs, a very much appreciated complicity
between the soloist Chantal Dionne (soprano) and Jean-‐Clément Bergeron (bass); MRSO: A German Requiem, Brahms …two magnificent voices that we would like to hear more often.”
M. Gingras, TMR Weekly Post, Montreal

"Very distinguished, Chantal Dionne offers a beautiful and fair voice."
C. Gingras, La Presse, Montreal

“We must salute very low the performances… of Chantal Dionne (Rosalinde)… who did not have the easy part.
The vocal maturity of Chantal Dionne was evident in the famous Hungarian Czardas…”
S.Bergeron, La Tribune, Sherbrooke

“Zerlina (Chantal Dionne) sang and interacted (with Masetto) with a naturalness and ease that brought
a ray of sunlight on this dark tragedy.”

I. Lowe, The Times Argus, Vermont

“As for Lancolie (role in the contemporary chamber opera Des hommes futiles by F. Caron)
Chantal Dionne… burned the boards of creation. His final tune… was staggering in intensity. A whole
experience. »
F. Tousignant, Le Devoir, Montreal

“The warm applause… echoed the warmth and sincerity which she brought to her characters from
Carmen to “West Side Story.”
V. Packman, The Cataract, Grand‐Falls







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