Marie McLaughlin is a respected soprano located in Britain and has already established a notable profession within the world’s leading opera homes. She has an especially close link with the Grand Theatre in Geneva. There she’s sung such operas as Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro, Léhar’s Die lustige Witwe, Kurt Weill’s Aufstieg und Fall des Stadt Mahagonny, Poulenc’s Dialogues des Carmelites, Mozart’s Così lover tutte and Offenbach’s Voyage towards the Moon. She actually is particularly popular on her behalf Mozart interpretations, having made an appearance as Susanna (Relationship of Figaro) and Zerlina (Don Giovanni) in the Salzburg Event, the Metropolitan Opera in NY, and London’s Royal Opera Home, Covent Garden. She’s also sung Susanna and Ilia (Idomeneo) in the Vienna Condition Opera, and Donna Elvira (Don Giovanni) in the Glyndebourne Event Opera. She also shows up often in the Hamburg, Berlin, Lausanne, the LA Opera, Paris Opéra-Bastille, German Condition Opera Berlin, and Munich operas. She made an appearance as Gilda in Jonathan Miller’s British National Opera creation of Verdi’s Rigoletto, where the tale was arranged with an American Mafia history. This performance, in addition to her portrayal of Violetta in La Traviata, Micaëla in Carmen, and Susanna can be found on video. Additional operas in her repertory consist of Strauss’ Arabella, La Bohème (as Musetta), and Smetana’s The Bartered Bride-to-be. Around the concert stage she’s appeared with the best orchestras and conductors of the globe. After becoming more developed in opera, she extended her recital actions. She sang at Wigmore Hall in London; Harewood Home in Aberdeen; Oxford; Barcelona; as well as other venues. For the worldwide festival scene she’s sung on the Toulouse, Ravinia, and Pacific Music Celebrations. Furthermore to appearing in a number of song recital applications on Hyperion (including three entries in Graham Johnson’s full Schubert Lieder series) she’s recorded many of her operatic jobs, including Zerlina with Sir Neville Marriner on Philips and Despina with Adam Levine on Deutsche Grammophon.