Tara speaks with ICI Musique Place de L'Opera host Sylvia L'Ecuyer about her Met performances and performing in Ireland in advance of her January 14 concert for Vancouver Recital Society


Anthony Tommasini of The New York Times selects Tara's performance at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC in 2016 as part of the commemorations of the 100th anniversary of the Easter Rising, which led to Ireland’s independence as "The 8 Best Classical Music Moments of the Week on YouTube" - “Non ve’è donna,”  from “Falstaff” — 1838 version by the Irish composer Michael William Balfe. 


Tara sings the role of Susanna in Irish National Opera's first season highlight production - The Marriage of Figaro. Five performances - Apr 13, 2018 at Wexford National Opera House, April 17, 18, 20, & 21, 2018 at Dublin Gaiety Theatre

Led by Peter Whelan, conductor, directed by Patrick Mason, with Irish National Opera Chorus and Irish Chamber Orchestra



Tara Erraught featured in article on trouser roles in The Daily Beast


"The start of the Met seasons is always an exciting time. A new production of a major classic to kick off the year, followed, usually, by a slew of other classic productions. Usually, we also get a new star making a prominent debut, as is the case with mezzo-soprano Tara Erraught, who is coming to the Met as Nicklausse in 'Les Contes d’Hoffmann.'"


Live Music: Met Opera Singers
Listen to Angel Blue, Tara Erraught and Golda Schultz, 3 female singers who are making their debut soon at The Metropolitan Opera. Dan Saunders  accompanies on the piano.


"Tara Erraught sang the entire programme from memory, and her performance was notable for her highly communicative manner, creating a sense of character in each of the items and conveying a real feeling of engagement, enjoyment and enthusiasm. Singing with a beautifully modulated and bright toned mezzo-soprano, there was a freshness to her lieder performances in the first half, which made even the more routine items seem something special. She is clearly a great story-teller..." Planet Hughill


Tara Erraught is the brightest opera star of her generation but already in her career she's had to deal with harsh critics and transatlantic controversy. She spoke to Donal Lynch.

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