Eva Gruber

Eva Gruber

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Eva Gruber starts as an actress before studing singing. With her rich mezzo voice and her powerful low register she quickly starts on stage in a wide repertoire Third Lady in The Magic Flute by Mozart, Olga in Eugene Onegin by Tchaikovsky, Suzuki in Puccini's Madama Butterfly, Genevieve in Pelleas et Mélisande, and the role of Carmen  wich she sings repeatedly. Her acting talent and her strong and singular incarnations allow her to pass with happiness from contemporary music, to the comic opera and operetta with roles such as Countess in Ta Bouche from Maurice Yvain, or the musical with the role of May in Fifty million frenchmen Cole Porter. She also appears repeatedly in pieces written for her by André Serre-Milan, Vincent Bouchot, Nicolas Ducloux Denis Chouillet and Bruno Gillet. She is the creator of a German cabaret of the 30s: Kabaret Récitakle directed by Vincent Vittoz, and the interpreter of a Jewish lullabies  from around the the world created at the Museum of Art and History of Judaism in Paris and touring all around France in places such as the Bordeaux Opera. The coming season will see her as the Contralto in The Four notes Opera from Tom Johnson in the Amphithéâtre of the Opéra de Paris Bastille, and as Dulcinée in Massenet’s Don Quichotte in Bourgogne.
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