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Coaching session: O quante volte- I Capuleti e i Montecchi (Bellini)
Quel guardo il cavaliere- Don Pasquale (Donizetti)
Se il padre perdei- Idomeneno (Mozart)
Wales National Theatre Awards- Best Opera Female (2017)
'All five of the singers are superb. Perhaps the outstanding performance is that of Chiara Vinci as Giulietta. She has a flexible soprano voice that floats apparently effortlessly from quiet desperation to tormented passion and she holds the stage in every dramatic moment of the tragic story.' Owen davies, Plays to See (I Capuleti e I Montecchi). (2019)
'Chiara Vinci, previously with the Young Artists programme last year as Amor in I’incronazione di Poppea steps up to a much more demanding role as Calisto. Having an excellent soprano voice hardly prepares her to be the focus of some brutal behaviour; she survives and becomes the star.' Clive Peacock, Seen and Heard International (La Calisto). (2019)
'Chiara Vinci’s Giulietta is the tortured heart of the production. She has a fantastic voice with stunning control which moderates itself to the space; it finds tenderness and an intense thrum of passion.' Tim Bano, The Stage (I Capuleti e I Montecchi) (2019)
'...Chiara Vinci’s acting, singing and sheer presence, shone the brightest.'Paul Vates, Frost Magazine. (2017)
'Blending seamlessly into the no-holds-barred spirit are the limber-voiced Chiara Vinci (Carolina)'. Inge Kjemtrup, The Stage. (2017)
'Chiara Vinci played the heroine with verve and energy, her flexible and expressive soprano soaring effortlessly.' Amanda-Jane Doran, Classical source. (2017)
'it was Chiara Vinci’s Sophie that stood out, incredibly moving, naturally poised and with a lovely bloom to the voice'. The Guardian, 2016, Rian Evans (2016)
'The soprano Chiara Vinci trained with Jenny Miller and has worked with Loughborough Festival and the Welsh National Youth Opera. She has an exquisite voice and exceptional acting skills'. Denham Macdougall, Glasgow Herald. (2016)
This is a strongly ensemble piece, but Chiara Vinci was vocally striking as Sophie Scholl'. Steph Power, muckrack.com (2016)
Chiara Vinci is an international Soprano of Italian and French Heritage born in London. Shortlisted in 2017 for Best Female Opera Singer by the Wales Theatre Awards for singing the role of Sophie Scholl in Polly Graham’s award winning production of Kommilitonen!, by Sir Peter Maxwell Davies, Chiara received praise in the Guardian for her performance with the Welsh National Youth Opera “Incredibly moving, naturally poised and with a lovely bloom to the voice.”
In 2019 Chiara sang the roles of Giulietta in Bellini's I Capuleti e I Montecchi at The Grimeborn Festival (Arcola) conducted by Kelvin Lim with Over the Pond Productions and Calisto in La Calisto by Cavalli with Longborough Festival Opera, conducted by Lesley-Anne Sammons and Directed by Mathilde Lopez. Recent roles include: Thérèse/The Breasts of Theresias (Loud Crowd), Gretel/Hänsel und Gretel (Pop Up Opera), Amore/L'Incoronazione di Poppea (Longborough Festival Opera), West End debut in the World premier of TriOperas at The Peacock Theatre, Sadlers Wells, Serpina/La Serva Padrona in Venice (L’Offerta Musicale & Ad Parnassum), and Bubikopf in Viktor Ullmann’s Der Kaiser Von Atlantis with Loud Crowd. Previous operatic roles include Chiara’s classical opera debut in 2016 as The Shepherd Boy in Longborough Festival Opera’s Tannhäuser, directed by Alan Privett and conducted by Anthony Negus, for which she received sparkling reviews, Adina/L'Elisir D'Amore (WOW Opera), Carolina/Il Matrimonio Segreto (Pop Up Opera) and Flora/The Turn of the Screw (Aylesbury Opera). This Autumn Chiara will be performing as part of the Appassionata quartet on the Aurora P & O cruises with Music Festivals at Sea.
"All five of the singers are superb. Perhaps the outstanding performance is that of Chiara Vinci as Giulietta. She has a flexible soprano voice that floats apparently effortlessly from quiet desperation to tormented passion and she holds the stage in every dramatic moment of the tragic story".
-Plays to see, Owen Davies ( I Capuleti e I Montecchi 2019)
"Chiara Vinci’s Giulietta is the tortured heart of the production. She has a fantastic voice with stunning control which moderates itself to the space; it finds tenderness and an intense thrum of passion."
-The Stage, Tim Bano (I Capuleti e I Montecchi 2019)
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