Julie Nesrallah, mezzo

Julie Nesrallah is an extremely versatile singer, actress and broadcaster who dazzles audiences with her engaging personality, and her rich and deeply expressive voice.

Miss Nesrallah is regularly engaged by leading opera companies, symphonies, festivals and chamber music ensembles across North America and abroad. 

Miss Nesrallah débuted at Carnegie Hall with harpist, Caroline Leonardelli in March 2015.

 

Earlier this year, Miss Nesrallah was awarded the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal for her cultural contribution to Canada as the host of CBC Radio 2's national classical music program, Tempo.

 

Miss Nesrallah has been the recipient of several distinguished prizes and awards, including the Canada Council for the Arts Emerging Artist Award & Mid-Career Grant.

On July 1, 2011 Miss Nesrallah sang God Save the Queen for His Royal Highness Prince William and Her Royal Highness Princess Kate during Canada Day festivities in Ottawa on Parliament Hill. She has also performed An Evening for Peace in Montreal for Her Majesty Queen Noor of Jordan.

 

Miss Nesrallah is the Executive Producer and star of Carmen on Tap a rogue opera company she created that performs Georges Bizet’s opera Carmen as dinner theatre. This summer, Carmen on Tap debuts at the Stratford Music Festival, Lula Lounge in Toronto, and with the Prince Edward County Music .

 

Miss Nesrallah is considered to be "THE Carmen of her generation" by critics and fans alike due to her unique and extraordinarily realistic embodiment of the role.

 

Official website :  ​​​www.julien​esrallah.com

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