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Feature: Women’s Wear Daily

Layla is featured in WWD in advance of opening night of The Rake’s Progress at The Metropolitan Opera on Friday. Here’s a snippet: “Soprano Layla Claire has been more than a little busy recently — in fact, she’s had to learn three new roles this year, including the part of...

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Feature: Opernwelt

Soprano Layla Claire is featured in the March issue of Opernwelt Magazine in a Q&A with Wiebke Roloff (auf Deutsch).  If you are interested in reading it, it’s on page 87 – click here to purchase Opernwelt. Layla is next on stage in recital at the Park Avenue Armory on...

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Radio Interview: WETA Classical

Layla sat down with Nicole Lacroix at WETA Classical to talk about her upcoming debut as Blanche with Washington National Opera, her upcoming Park Avenue Armory recital and her return to the Metropolitan Opera stage and more. This interview is part of their Classical Conversations series, click here to listen.

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Layla signs with HarrisonParrott

Soprano Layla Claire has signed with HarrisonParrot in Europe. Her agent is Shirley Thomson, the Director & Head of Vocal there. Layla will keep her IMG representation in the Americas. To read the news release from HarrisonParrot, click here. To visit her new profile page, click here. Layla is currently...

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Feature: MIMA CULTURE

Layla Claire answered some questions for MIMA CULTURE about Opernhaus Zürich’s Turn of the Screw. Here’s a quick quote: “One of my favourite moments to sing is in Act 2 Scene 3, when, after coming face to face with the former Governess’s ghost, the Governess loses all hope of being...

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Layla on the English Show (Basel Radio)

Soprano Layla Claire talks about Opernhaus Zürich’s THE TURN OF THE SCREW which runs November 2 – 23, 2014. She also touches on her career past, present and future. For more information on the English Radio Show, visit this link.

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Soprano Layla Claire: Portrait of a Canadian opera star in the making

Originally published in the Globe & Mail, by Robert Everett-Green. Original online version available here. It’s early Saturday afternoon at the Scotiabank Theatre in Toronto, and soprano Layla Claire is quietly clapping for her friends and heroes on the screen, wondering aloud why no one else is doing the same....

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