La Cenerentola has opened!!! Catch this show on tour - Glasgow, Aberdeen, Inverness and Edinburgh.
"Best are the three women. Rebecca Bottone and Máire Flavin sing nimbly and have fun as the stepsisters, all swivelling hips and mouths agog." (Kate Molleson, The Guardian)
"Sandrine Anglade's interpretation plays up to the pantomime traditions of the story, and she is well served by the performances of Rebecca Bottone and Maire Flavin as the far-from-ugly sisters." (Keith Bruce, The Herald Scotland)
"Anglade’s clear storytelling is full of light touches and comic asides, which add to and complement the music…[including] the fiery vocal flounces of Rebecca Bottone and Maire Flavin as stepsisters Clorinda and Tisbe" (Thom Didbin, The Stage)
Have a listen to Máire singing some of her new soprano repertoire in the Audiovisual section.
Don't forget you can also be kept up to date by liking Máire's facebook page
and by following her on twitter
Máire's blog postings.
Her journey from Cardiff Singer of the World 2011 to a working professional.
Insights into life as a singer.
Máire will be returning to Scottish Opera and making her main stage debut with them in the Autumn as Tisbe in La Cenerentola. Shows in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Inverness.
Máire will be performing in DUBLIN:
Handel's Messiah with Dun Laoghaire Choral Society, Saturday 6th December 8pm, Monkstown Parish Church
a Christmas Gala with her husband baritone Matthew Sprange and Elizabeth Rossiter, piano on Friday 12th December at St. Brigid's Church, Cabinteely.
The new year will see Máire return to Welsh National Opera. Following on from her debut with the company as Dorabella in 2012 Máire is ready to have some fun as Second Lady in The Magic Flute