“Violetta is my life’s work”: Corinne Winters on Traviata and taking on new roles

Interview: Corinne Winters

American soprano Corinne Winters shot to fame in the UK when she starred in Peter Konwitschny’s controversial staging of La traviata at English National Opera – a real tour de force for the soprano who is barely off-stage for the entire evening in a production which plays through without interval. Last month, she returned to Konwitschny’s production in Seattle, where she makes her role debut soon as Káťa Kabanová, but it’s the character of Verdi’s Violetta with whom she has been inextricably linked and is the focus of our conversation.

Corinne Winters
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