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Opéra national du Rhin


Die Zauberflöte

"One of the very nice surprises of the show is the spirited performer behind Papagena. This little thing, reminding us of a cross between Maria de Medeiros and Eva Ionesco, reveals herself, in addition to having undeniable charm, to be a real tornado whose flexibility — in every sense of the word (splits included, we can barely believe our eyes)— is one of the true highlights of the show. The delicious Canadian soprano Elisabeth Boudreault is a revelation with a voice that is fresh and fruity; one to watch"


Forum Opera



Opéra Comique


"Soprano Élisabeth Boudreault reveals herself as equally exceptional with french opera as with theater."




Opéra de Rouen


Die Zauberflöte

“Elisabeth Boudreault is a spicy Pamina, doll-like in her flared fairy dress. Here she is less manipulated by men and fate than by the dancers who make her float and turn in the air. Boudreault becomes all the more powerful when she triumphs from the trials (far from confining herself to being a reward for the prince) and overwhelms the audience with the intensity of her voice. The role does solicit the lower register of the voice a great deal, but Elisabeth Boudreault nourishes it with breath and launches the voice with a sonorous and placed medium, towards an incandescent high register. The voice thus easily fills the room, swirling in volume, but she knows just as much how to suspend the attention of the audience to the most tenuous nuances, all audible. Her tearful aria (“Ach, ich fühl’s“) brings together the intense elegance of her medium and the scintillating tears of her high notes. »

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Soeur aînée

Opéra national de Lyon


"The eldest sister, still shaken by the loss of a beloved father, is embodied by soprano Elisabeth Boudreault; a luminous voice whatever the register, although her high notes stand out with particular brilliance and finesse. The suppleness of her phrasing offers a moving rendition of the cantata Herr Jesu Christ, wahr’ Mensch und Gott's aria (Die Seele ruht in Jesu Händen), in which she covers herself with her father’s old clothes."



Festival d'Aix-en-Provence


Le Nozze di Figaro

" Elisabeth Boudreault, delicious Barbarina, gives hope for a bright future with a voice that carrics
(one of the rare female voices that carry and can be heard clearly; with a beautiful phrasing)."


Opéra national du Rhin

Hänsel und Gretel

"As Gretel, Elisabeth Boudreault wins us over with her freshness, her vivacity, her pronunciation of German and her limpid voice with bright high notes."


Opéra national de Lorraine



"The entire vocal cast is very efficient, with a special mention for Quebec soprano Elisabeth Boudreault in Oberto. Disguised as a child, backpack on her shoulders in search of her captive father, her brief interventions fascinate young audiences, who admire the power of the reach of a singer with the constitution of a sylph. »



Opéra national de Lorraine

Le Nozze di Figaro

"Elisabeth Boudreault's Barbarina, with a bluffing childish physique, also and above all striking in her aria "L'ho percuta, me meschina", is a real enchanting parenthesis which manages to mark the evening and the spirits despite the modesty of the character."


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