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Biography  French-American soprano, Théodora Cottarel has been recognized for her captivating dramatic performances and beauty of tone. Of her “electrifying performance” as Elle in La voix humaine, Schmopera wrote, “the way she maintained a beauty of tone […] while also finding great ways to color the characters’ neuroses was masterful.” M...read more
Biography  French-American soprano, Théodora Cottarel has been recognized for her captivating dramatic performances and beauty of tone. Of her “electrifying performance” as Elle in La voix humaine, Schmopera wrote, “the way she maintained a beauty of tone […] while also finding great ways to color the characters’ neuroses was masterful.” M...read more

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Repertoire (7)

 
Composer & WorkRoleProductions
Bizet
CarmenMicaëla2
Singer's1
Massenet
CendrillonCendrillon1
Mozart
Don GiovanniDonna Elvira1

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www.schmopera.comArturo FernandezIntimate Voix Humaine Provides A Way Forward
For one, it is quite well shot, and its choices of shot did a wonderful job of highlighting soprano Théodora Cottarel’s electrifying performance as Elle, the sole character we see throughout the show. Cottarel acted her part gloriously well, conveying so much information about the way her moods swung throughout the performance with even just the slightest twitch of her brow that it really only amplified the moods Poulenc conjured in his score. Her singing voice, too, was absolutely perfect for Voix humaine, and the way she maintained a beauty of tone through much of Poulenc’s heavily recitative-like writing for the character while also finding great ways to color the characters’ neuroses was masterful.
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08 February 2015www.broadwayworld.comNyderah WilliamsOpera in the Heights Wins with the Rare LA CLEMENZA DI TITO
Armed with confidence and purity of tone, Cottarel’s wielded power lends to her delicateness. Her singing is thoroughly enjoyable and the expression of solid warmth is neatly articulated through her emotions.”

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