DIALOGUES DES CARMELITES by Francis Poulenc

Role: Sœur Constance

David Reiland, Conductor

Jean-Louis Pichon, Stage Director

OPERA DE SAINT-ETIENNE – FRANCE – March 2017

 

(…) Sœur Constance borrows her cheerfulness from Capucine Daumas who expresses marvellously, even in death, the unerring joy of life of her character. Her pure and flute-like voice, her beaming smile or her sorry pouts when she notices Blanche’s pain characterize marvellously the young novice. The singer also perfectly fulfils the rhythmic difficulties of her score (…)

Olyrix 10 March 2017 by Damien Dutilleul

 

(...) Fresh as a rose, the Constance of the young Capucine Daumas reveals herself delectable, joyful and spontaneous, her voice being as crystal-clear as her acting (…)

Classique News 12 March 2017 by Nicolas Grienenberger

 

(…) As for Capucine Daumas as Soeur Constance, she is a ray of sunshine, of lightness and humour (…) We are delighted to hear performers that make the surtitles superfluous.

Opéra Magazine 4 May 2017 by Jacques Bonnaure

 

(…) Similarly, the character of Sœur Constance, sang luminously by Capucine Daumas, evacuates any simpering or artificial excitation, giving back to this young girl her childish freshness and the candour of her faith. (…) Rarely the temperaments of all those figures have been so well executed by voices concerned with the diction of the French language, of the impeccable articulation of the lyrics. (…)

Forum Opera 14 March 2017 by Fabrice Malkany

 

( …) On her side, Capucine Daumas plays a Sœur Constance full of playfulness and moving simplicity (…)

Opera Online 12 March 2017 by Emmanuel Andrieu

 

(…) The Constance of Capucine Daumas, diaphanous of an innocence full of profound truth (…)

Concertonet.com 3 April 2017 by Gilles Charlassier

 

(…) Capucine Daumas (Sœur Constance) ceaselessly brightening up. Vivacious but fervent, her fruity tone suits her jovial character, while bringing more depth when she is reprimanded by Blanche, or when she confesses her vote (…)

Odb-opera.com 10 March 2017

 

(...) Surprising is the Constance of Capucine Daumas, with an exalted playfulness, of this exaltation which leads to fanaticism, and brings a dark cloud to her childish kindness. Doesn’t she say that “martyr is a reward”? The singer letus hear all the facets of her voice, from high notes piano to the imitation of a peasant accents (“C’est-y”) (…) The whole team is to be congratulated, especially for the restitution of Bernanos’ language with a remarkable clarity. (…)

Wanderer 23 March 2017 by Jean-Marc Proust

DIE GESPRÄCHE DER KARMELITERINNEN by Francis Poulenc

Role: Sœur Constance

Arn Goerke, Conductor

Lothar Krause, Stage Director

THEATER HOF – GERMANY – April 2017 

 

Die Heldin des Abends heißt Capucine Daumas. Nein, sie ist keine Märtyrerin, aber sie rettet die Aufführung. (...) Dass die erst vor wenigen Stunden eingeflogene (...) so war es ein einziges Vergnügen, der fröhlich-naiven Constanze bei der Arbeit zuzuschauen, die beim Bügeln lieber kindlich herumtanzt und sich an die Hochzeitsfeiern ihres Dorfes erinnert. Ein Extraapplaus für diese wunderbare Interpretation der liebenswerte Constanze.

 

The heroin of the evening is called Capucine Daumas. No, she is not only a martyr, she saves the performance. (…) Flew in only few hours prior to the show, (…) It was a pure pleasure to watch the joyous naivety that Constanze shows at work, dancing around and laughing as a child while ironing and remembering the weddings from her village. Some special additional clapping for this wonderful interpretation of this charming Constanze.

 

Der Opernfreund 10 April 2017 by Frank Piontek

 

 

THE HOGBOON by Peter Maxwell Davies 

Role: The Cat

(World Premiere, LSO Commission)

London Symphony Orchestra

Simon Rattle, conductor

Karen Gillingham, stage director

BARBICAN HALL - LONDON - 26 June 2016

 

(...) Capucine Daumas, the Good Witch's Cat in undoubtedly well, catlike, her feline vocal and stage presence adding much to the fun of proceedings. Singing ans dancing were all very well coordinated (...)

Seen and Heard International 26/06/2016 by Mark Berry

 

(...) the Cat, Capucine Daumas, seductively feline (...)

The ArtsDesk 27/06/2016 by Helen Wallace

ORLANDO PALADINO by Joseph Haydn

Role: Alcina

Kai Röhrig, Conductor

Stephen Medcalf, Stage director

MOZARTEUM  – SALZBURG, August 2017

 

(...) Capucine Daumas ist eine stimmlich virtuose und darstellerisch präsente Zauberin Alcina (...)

Dreh Punkt Kultur 24th August 2017 by Heidemarie Klabacher

 
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