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Tara Erraught (born 1986, Dundalk) is an Irish mezzo-soprano, a graduate of the Royal Irish Academy of Music (RIAM).
She is noted for her work with Bavarian State Opera, for which she has been given a Pro meritis scientiae et litterarum (de) award.
She is perhaps best known beyond the world of opera for the controversy about reviews she received when she played Octavian in a production by Richard Jones of Der Rosenkavalier at Glyndebourne in 2014. Critics including Andrew Clark (in the Financial Times), Rupert Christiansen (in the The Daily Telegraph), and Richard Morrison (in The Times) felt her physique and costume made her an implausible young male lover in this breeches role. It was note...
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Tara Erraught interview with Liz Nolan of RTE lyric fm
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Bayerische Staatsoper "Die schweigsame Frau" (5th July ...
Bayersiche Staatsoper. Sir Morosus Franz Hawlata. Seine Haushalterin Okka von der Damerau. Der Barbier Nikolay Borchev. Henry Morosus Peter Sonn. Aminta Brenda Rae. Isotta Elsa Benoit. Carlotta Tara Erraught. Morbio Christian Rieger.
Author: Matthew Law (15 Jul 2015)
Tara Erraught: Deh per questo istante solo (La clemenza di ...
TARA ERRAUGHT: DEH PER QUESTO ISTANTE SOLO (LA CLEMENZA DI TITO, MOZART). Tara Erraught, la mezzosoprano irlandesa (1986), interpreta el aria de Sesto, Deh per questo istante solo, del segundo acto de la ópera de Mozart, ...
Author: Cherubino (17 Jun 2015)
Mark Steven Doss, A Maestro's Letter To The Times, And Me ...
Young Maestro Gianmaria Griglio has taken the Times to task for its critics' attitude about the personal appearance of opera singers. He mentions last year's infamous case, Rupert Christiansen's outrageous attack on Tara Erraught for being "a ...
Author: Christine Chase (13 Jun 2015)