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Marie-Josée Lord

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Winner of the Concours International de Chant de Verviers and the Raoul-Jobin Prize (1998), Marie-Josée Lord was also selected to represent Canada at the prestigious Cardiff Singer of the World competition in 2005. Marie-Josée Lord began her professional career in the fall of 2003 as Liù in Turandot (Puccini) at the Opéra de Québec. In February 2004, the Montréal public… • Read the full biography

What the media says…

“A successful wedding (Concert of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra conducted by Kent Nagano). The highlight of the evening was… Le monde est stone by Marie-Josée Lord. The finest moment of all, where osmosis between singer and orchestra was perfect, and a peak of emotion that the soprano (Marie-Josée Lord), very elegant in her long red gown, transformed into pure artistry.” — Alain de Repentigny, La Presse, Tuesday, February 2, 2010

“Lord delivered a dramatic and thoughtful reading of “Piangerò la sorte mia” that brought tears to my eyes.” — James Young, Early Music Review, July 2010

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