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Having started her career as a light-lyric soprano, through recent seasons Sinéad has moved into fuller dramatic repertoire, to roles including Leonore Fidelio, Ariadne, Agathe Der Freischütz, Helmwige Die Walküre and Kaiserin Die Frau ohne Schatten. In the Italianate repertoire, Sinéad has sung Mimi La boheme for English National Opera, title role Tosca for Irish National Opera, Theater Regensburg and for Scottish Opera where this season she debuts the roles of Suor Angelica and Giorgetta Il Tabarro.  Sinéad made her Salzburg Festival debut as Vierte Magd Elektra in 2020, returning to the festival the following summer.  Other highlights of 2022-23 include a return to ENO as Tosca and her house debut at the Bayerische Staatsoper as Aufseherin Elektra.

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Canadian and Japanese debuts for Sinéad Campbell-Wallace


Posted 02/05/2023

We are delighted to announce Sinéad Campbell-Wallace makes her debut with the Canadian Opera Company on 5 May in the title role of Tosca. The production is directed by Paul Curran with Giuliano Carella conducting the COC Orchestra. She sings further performances on May 19, 21, 23 and 27. Sinéad was recently nominated for an Olivier Award for her interpretation of the role of Tosca in English National Opera's production earlier this season.

Between performances in Canada, Sinéad also makes her Japanese debut with the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra as Chrysothemis in concert-style performances of Elektra conducted by Jonathan Nott and directed by Sir Thomas Allen at Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall, Tokyo on 12 May and at Suntory Hall, Tokyo on 14 May. Sinéad appears alongside Christine Goerke in the title role.

Forthcoming highlights for Sinéad include the role of Elsa Lohengrin at the Opera de Paris and of Leonore Fidelio at Dijon Opera.


For more information of Canadian Opera Company's production of Tosca, visit their website here.

For details of Sinead's performance witht he Tokyo Symphnoy Orchestra, visit the venue event pages below:
Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall, Kanagawa
Suntory Hall, Tokyo