IMG Artists is delighted to welcome soprano Corinne Winters to its roster for General Management. Corinne, whom The New York Times calls “an outstanding actress, as well as a singer of extraordinary grace and finesse,” will be represented by Vice President and Artist Manager Sam Snook from the New York headquarters.

Corinne said: “I’m thrilled to be joining the roster of IMG Artists, especially to work with Sam Snook and his wonderful team. Sam is a kind, hardworking manager, and I look forward to what our collaboration has in store!”

Sam said: “Corinne is an artist I’ve long admired, and I am thrilled at the opportunity to collaborate. I hope our relationship will be long and fruitful.”

An International Opera Awards nominee, Corinne has been praised by Dallas Morning News as “a soprano of radiant beauty” who “just seems to have it all.” Her 2019/20 season will see her dual house and role debut as the title character in Moniuszko’s Halka at Theater an der Wien, her much anticipated role debut as Rusalka in Tatjana Gürbaca’s new production of Dvořák’s masterpiece at English National Opera, and her house debut in the same role at Les Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg.

Recent operatic highlights include her first Leïla in The Pearl Fishers at Santa Fe Opera, major role debuts as the title character in Seattle Opera’s Katya Kabanova, Rachel in La Juive and Desdemona in Otello at Opera Vlaanderen, Tatyana in Eugene Onegin at Michigan Opera Theatre and Arizona Opera, Magda in La rondine at Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, and Liù in Turandot with the Orquesta Sinfónica Simón Bolívar de Venezuela under conductor Gustavo Dudamel. Corinne has also brought her Violetta in La Traviata to audiences around the world, including at Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Theater Basel, Opera Australia, San Diego Opera, Seattle Opera, Michigan Opera Theatre, English National Opera, and Opera Hong Kong. On the concert stage, she has sung Les nuits d’été with Borusan Istanbul Philharmonic Orchestra and Bachianas Brasileiras with True Concord, and toured Europe with Sir John Eliot Gardiner as the soprano in Verdi’s Requiem.

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