1. You’ll laugh!
For over twenty years, Natalie Choquette dusts off your favourite arias by adding humor in her shows. “She’s completely mad and is a great actress, she completely comes alive on stage. There is humor, puns and almost everything is a pretext to trigger the laughter that resonated throughout the evening.” – Yves Leclerc, Journal du Québec
2. You’ll hear a beautiful, perfectly controlled singing voice
The soprano began her vocal training at the age of 15 with André-Paul Bourret in Montreal and then in Moscow, in Vivieia Gromova’s class. Back in Montreal, she obtained a Bachelor of Music and a second in performance at the University of Montreal where she studied with Roland Richard. Eager to develop her knowledge and perfect her craft, she continued her training with singer Janine Lachance and Lucette Tremblay.
3. You’ll meet her quirky characters
Natalie Choquette slips into the skin of excessive and hilarious divas, brilliantly bringing laughter and emotion. Since the creation of her first comic character in 1993, La Fettucini, her characters provoke immediate enthusiasm and captivate both critics and the public. It gives the word “diva” a whole new meaning, helping to make opera more accessible without losing its luster.
4. She’ll win you over, like she’s done so many other spectators!
Natalie Choquette leads a distinguished career with a succession of shows and international tours. More than two million people worldwide have been charmed by this exceptional artist. The Quebec Diva won four Félix awards and has recorded over a dozen albums, including the Æterna trilogy that allowed her to raise over $30,000 for the Quebec Cancer Foundation.
5. You will be charmed by this endearing artist!
Under her whimsical air, Natalie Choquette is an exceptional woman who speaks six languages, acts in films and does comedy shows. “Natalie Choquette is an extraordinary woman. She is gifted with a beautiful voice, and is also a generous artist with an endearing personality,” says the coordinator of artistic programming at the CCFM, Helene Molin-Gautron, inviting the Manitoba public to welcome this artist in large numbers, “It will be an exceptional evening where classical singing is rendered with not only elegance, but also with a burst of color, laughter and emotion. And that’s what makes a show accessible for all audiences! ”
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Natalie Choquette : une voix un piano takes place on Thursday, May 12 at 8 PM at the CCFM. Tickets are $25 and are available at the CCFM reception, at 204.233.8972 and online at 340provencher.com/boutique. Please note that the show is presented in French. We hope to see you there!