Rose Naggar-Tremblay

Mezzo-soprano, Québec (Montréal)

Rose Naggar-Tremblay owns a Bachelor’s degree from McGill University’s Schulich School of Music. A 2019-2020 “Jeune ambassadrice lyrique,” she made her Opéra de Montréal debut in the roles of Tisbé in La Cenerentola and Zora in Svadba and, in 2018-2019, was back with l’Opéra, playing Giovanna in Rigoletto and Gertrude Stein in Twenty-Seven (Atelier lyrique). She was a soloist in Broadway Evening (Aramusique), On the Path of Love (Pro Musica), Soirée à l’opérette!  (Orchestre symphonique de Longueuil) and in YO’péra! (creation, Opéra de Montréal). In 2019-2020, Rose’s slate includes the role of Anita in a concert version of West side story (Orchestre de la Francophonie), concerts with the Lachine and St-Eustache Music Festivals, and the Lumière éternelle concert (I Musici), She is also Duchess Della Volta in La fille du Tambour-major (Opéra bouffe du Québec) and teams with composer Mathilde Côté and librettist Ivy to create the role of Gabrielle in La nuit est ma femme.

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Member of l'Atelier lyrique de l'Opéra de Montréal. Rose Naggar-Tremblay is generously sponsored by Elizabeth Wirth and Lucien Fauteux.