Eleonore Marguerre

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Born into a Belgian-German Family of Mozart enthusiastics in Heidelberg, Eleonore Marguerre studied singing at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna.

She began her career in Germany performing in Weimar, Leipzig, Mannheim, the Händel Festival Halle and Darmstadt singing such roles as Konstanze, Donna Anna, Fiordiligi, Gilda, Melusine and Rosalinde and Armida (Rinaldo).

 

Having won many prizes in competitions such as the Leyla Gencer Voice Competition (2006) and the Boris Christoff competition (2009) Mrs. Marguerre went on to appear on the major stages of Europe including Teatro alla Scala in Milan (Venus in Ascanio in Alba), La Fenice in Venice (Juliette) and the Vienna State Opera.

 

Eleonore Marguerre begins the  2021/22 season with „Stadt der Arbeit”, a premiere at Theatre Gelsenkirchen, followed by Faust in Wroclaw and Fledermaus in Toulon. In 2022 she will be singing “Neues vom Tage” by Hindemith at Gelsenkirchen as well as “Frankenstein” in Wroclaw. New projects for 2022/2023 include the baroque Opera “Talestri” and the title role in Offenbach’s “La grande Duchesse de Gérolstein” at Staatstheater Nürnberg and Eleonore’s role debut as Hanna Glawari in “Merry Widow” at Opera Wuppertal. 

 

Her debut at New National Opera Tokyo in Fledermaus is scheduled for 2023/2024.

 

In 2019 /20 she sang Manon in Nuremberg and Violetta in La Traviata at Oper Düsseldorf. In the Beethoven  anniversary year 2020 she will sing first time „Leonore“ in „Fidelio“ in Cottbus and Chorin,  later in  2020 she is starring as „Isolde“ in  Frank Martin’s Opera „Le vin herbé“. To start 2018/2019 Eleonore Marguerre sang her first russian role as “Natascha Rostova” in Prokoviev’s “War and Peace” at State Opera  Nürnberg, before turning to Opera Lausanne as  “Rosalinde” in “The Bat”, as well as “Agathe” at Oper Leipzig. In march  2019  she was part of the world premiere of  “Frankenstein” by Mark Grey at Théâtre la Monnaie in Brussels as “Elisabeth”. In 2022 a new production of  La Traviata in Erfurt is planned as well as Fledermaus in Nantes/Angers/Rennes/Avignon.

 

In 2017/18 she sang her first opera by Strauss, the title role of “Arabella” in Dortmund and Wiesbaden, as well as again “Violetta” in “La Traviata” in Dortmund and Nürnberg. Equally she starred as “Saffi” in “Gipsy Baron” at Grand Théâtre de Genève and sang “Eve” by Massenet in concert. In 2016 she sang first time “Marguerite” in Faust in Dortmund, “Donna Anna” in Gelsenkirchen and to Oper Leipzig as “Konstanze”. A major debut was at Opéra de La Monnaie Brussels  as  “Fox” (Lisak) in “Cunning Little Vixen”.

 

in 2014-2016 she sang “Arminda” in La Finta Giardiniera in Glyndebourne, the soprano in „The diary of Nijinsky“ at Opera de Bordeaux, Konstanze (Abduction from the Seraglio) at Antibes, Donna Anna (Don Giovanni) in Dortmund, Violetta (la Traviata) at Opera de Tours as well as Agathe in “Freischuetz” at Domstufenfestival Erfurt. Ivan Fischer took her on an international tour with Budapest Festival Orchestra with “Magic Flute” to in London, Amsterdam, Budapest, Bruges and Berlin.

 

To begin 2014 Mrs. Marguerre made her house debut at the Opera de Bastille in Mozart‘s Die Zauberflöte. In Dortmund she sang again Konstanze. Currently she has a major association with the Dortmund Opera where she most recently made her debuts as Manon (Massenet),  Contessa Almaviva or Poppea in Monteverdi‘s L‘Incoronazione di Poppea. Further projects in 2013/2014 included productions in Nancy (Der Zwerg), Bordeaux (Lucio Silla) and Monte Carlo (Das Rheingold) and Konstanze at Aalto Theater Essen.

 

Her concert appearances have lead her to Antwerp, Oslo, Berlin, Cologne, Tokyo, Seoul and Hamburg, among many others.

 

Her growing discography includes Die Schöne Galathee with Capriccio, Mozart‘s fragment Demofoonte with Arts Music, Das Lied von der Glocke with CPO and Mendelssohn‘s Lobgesang with Hänssler.

Repertoire (Opera)

Beethoven FIDELIO Leonore
Berlioz BÉATRICE ET BÉNÉDICTE Béatrice
Cavalli ELIOGABALO L’Eliogabalo
Glanert NIJINSKYS TAGEBUCH Sopran
Gounod FAUST (MARGARETHE) Margarethe
Grey FRANKENSTEIN Elizabeth
Händel ALCINA Alcina *
  RINALDO Armida
Janácek DAS SCHLAUE FÜCHSLEIN Fuchs (Lišak)
Lehár DIE LUSTIGE WITWE Hanna Glawari
Martin LE VIN HERBÉ Iseut la Blonde
Massenet ÈVE Ève
  MANON Manon Lescaut
Monteverdi L’INCORONAZIONE DI POPPEA Poppea
Mozart ASCANIO IN ALBA Venere
  COSÌ FAN TUTTE Fiordiligi
  DIE ZAUBERFLÖTE Erste Dame
  DON GIOVANNI Donna Anna
  LA FINTA GIARDINIERA Arminda
  LE NOZZE DI FIGARO Contessa
  LUCIO SILLA Lucio Cinna
Prokofjew WAR AND PIECE Natascha Rostowa
Strauß DER ZIGEUNERBARON Saffi
  DIE FLEDERMAUS Rosalinde
Strauss ARABELLA Arabella
  ELEKTRA Chrysothemis *
Verdi IL TROVATORE Leonora
  LA TRAVIATA Violetta Valéry
Weber DER FREISCHÜTZ Agathe
Zemlinsky DER TRAUMGÖRGE Gertraud / Prinzessin *
  DER ZWERG Ghita
    * in Vorbereitung

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