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Winner of the Excellence Award of l’Opéra de Québec, the unanimous First Prize of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra Competition, the John Newmark Prize and the Raoul-Jobin Prize, Canadian soprano Agathe Martel has attracted considerable critical and public acclaim. She has sung leading rôles on operatic stages in Canada and France, and has also performed as a soloist with several Canadian symphony orchestras, giving song recitals in Toronto, Zurich, Chicago, Victoria, Montreal, Lausanne, Washington DC, La Chaux-de-Fonds, Quebec City and Ottawa. Widely acclaimed by international critics, her discography includes Vai Azulao, a programme of South American songs released by Toronto-based Marquis Classics, and Mélodies françaises published by SNE.


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Role: Classical Artist 
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