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WALLIS DEBUTS AS ROSSINI'S "CINDERELLA"
Wallis sings the title role in Rossini's La Cenerentola at
Oper Leipzig, opening March 19, 2016.

Photo © Kirsten Nijhof / Oper Leipzig
CBC MUSIC: #WednesdaysWithWally
On January 20, CBC Music announced Wallis' new YouTube/Facebook video series.  Wallis has been releasing one video per week every Wednesday since January, and will continue to do so for 6 more weeks! Subscribe to Wallis' YouTube Channel or follow her on Facebook fan page to stay in the loop.
WALLIS IS PAQUETTE IN BERNSTEIN'S CANDIDE
On May 1, 2016, Wallis debuts with the Hamburger Symphoniker
as Paquette in Bernstein's Candide,
under the baton of Maestro Jeffrey Tate.
Click here for tickets and information here
DEUTSCHE OPER GALA
MAR 5, 2016

Singing her some of her favourites, including Rosina's Una Voce Poco Fa, and Somewhere Over the Rainbow, Wallis debuts with the Deutsche Oper am Rhein for their Gala performance in support of AIDS research.  Click here for tickets and information.
WALLIS TO SING 
TITLE ROLE IN 
OPERA ATELIER'S 
DIDO & AENEAS 
OCT 20-29, 2016

DETAILS HERE.

Photo ©  Bruce Zinger
OPERA NEWS
Sound Bites Feature
"I am very, very satisfied singing Mozart operas...It’s a good challenge."
ROLE DEBUT AS ANNA IN
WEILL'S 7 DEADLY SINS
W/ TORONTO SYMPHONY
JUNE 14 & 15, 2017

Tickets & details here.
Photo © Dario Acosta
A WORD FROM WALLIS: "After five months of living in Germany, mein Deutsch is still pretty schlecht, but I am getting better every day, and really loving the challenge! I've added three new roles to my repertoire since I started at Oper Leipzig, and I have been to Madrid, London, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Glyndebourne and Berlin so far. It is just so easy to get around in Europe! I'm also learning how to handle the last minute job offers that are standard fare here. In the past couple weeks, I've added three high-profile concerts to my calendar for the next two months - Europeans are swimming in classical music!"