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Ms. Fuchs makes her return to the stage, after her maternity leave. This month, she sings the role of Eurydice in Offenbach’s Orphée aux enfers at the Opéra Grand Avignon. Performances are December 28, 30, and 31, and additional information can be found here.


On the 28th of September, Julie Fuchs gave birth to her son, Darío Gutierrez-Fuchs. The whole family is overjoyed and healthy.

Le pêcheurs de perles, a live recording featuring Julie Fuchs as Leïla, was awarded the Diapason d’Or by Diapason Magazine, the Choc de Classica by Classica Magazine, and was given a diamant by Opéra magazine. Recently released on the Pentatone Music label, it is available here.

Julie Fuchs recognized by France Musique for her strong social media presence, and her use of the “live” facebook feature in particular. Listen to the broadcast here.

Julie Fuchs’s 2018/19 season is now available here. She begins her season in Avignon as Eurydice in a new production of Orphée aux enfers at Opéra Grand Avignon. Her season continues in Paris, Bordeaux, Zürich and Salzburg, where she sings both in productions and recitals.

Oper Zürich – L’incoronazione di Poppea – 2018 – © Monika Rittershaus

Julie Fuchs finishes her season with a triumph as Poppea at Opernhaus Zürich, and begins her maternity leave following the completion of the run. She returns to the stage in December 2018 as Eurydice in a new production of Orphée aux enfers at Opéra Grand Avignon.

Julie Fuchs sings the role of Poppea in a new Calixto Bieito production of Monteverdi’s L’incoronazione di Poppea on June 24th, 27th, and 30th, and July 2nd, 5th, 8th, and 12th at the Opernhaus Zurich in Switzerland. Ottavio Dantone conducts.

Julie Fuchs performs at the launch of the Deutsche Grammophon + channel in Paris on April 26th, with cellist Camille Thomas and violinist Nemanja Radulović. This new, on-demand channel was created with Canal +, and features a large catalog of Deutsche Grammophon recordings – both video and audio content.

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“I was very disappointed to receive – 4 days before the beginning of the rehearsals – the news that I would not be able to participate in the Staatsoper Hamburg’s production of ‘Die Zauberflöte,’ and make my role debut in the role of Pamina. While I am very happy to be starting my family, I understand that my pregnancy does present the need for certain accommodations for both the director of a production and opera house. It is for this reason that I gave the Staatsoper Hamburg the most advance warning possible (one month before the start of rehearsals), in order to give them ample time to solve any challenges. This decision does appear to be made because of staging, which would need to be altered in order for me to perform the role. I was convinced that we would be able to find a solution that didn’t damage the artistic integrity of this production, and I was assured up until this week that the staging could be altered to allow for my participation. I would have personally withdrawn had I found myself unable to perform to the appropriate standard. I am committed to honoring my commitments as a singer provided that it does not pose a risk to me or my baby. I was feeling both vocally and physically in top form and was very much looking forward to performing for the first time in Hamburg. I know that pregnant women around the world still face difficulty in the workplace, but I was very surprised to receive so many messages of women telling me about similar experiences. I hope that progress in every field of work can be made so that all artists, men and women, are respected in their work.”


Julie Fuchs sings in concert in her home city of Avignon with

Octuor Ô-Celli on April 9th.

1.Alcina : Julie Fuchs, Morgana
1.Alcina, Julie is Morgana, Opernhaus Zurich © Monika Ritterhaus

Julie Fuchs reprises the role of Morgana in Handel’s Alcina on March 14th, 16th, 18th and 20th at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées in Paris. Cecilia Bartoli sings the title role, Philippe Jaroussky sings Ruggiero, and Emmanuelle Haïm conducts.

Julie Fuchs makes her debut in Berlin on February 28th, at the Berliner Philharmoniker with the Deutsches Symphonie Orchester Berlin, conducted by Raphaël Pichon. Replacing an ill colleague, Ms. Fuchs sings a program of Rameau arias.

Les Pêcheurs de perles (c) Ugo Ponte- onl

Les pêcheurs de perles, starring Julie Fuchs as Leïla, will be broadcast on Mezzo on January 25th at 16:30. Additional information here:

Julie Fuchs reprises the role of Comtesse Adèle in Rossini’s Le Comte Ory on January 12th and 14th at the Château de Versailles Theater. 


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Le Comte Ory, starring Julie Fuchs as Comtesse Adèle, is now available on Culturebox: 





Bizet’s Les Pêcheurs de Perles, starring Julie Fuchs as Leïla, will be rebroadcast on Mezzo TV throughout December and January. Click below for the full schedule: 




Julie Fuchs sings La Comtesse Adèle in the new production of Le Comte Ory at the Opéra Comique, from December 19th to 31st.


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From October 26 to November 16, Julie Fuchs will perform the role of Nannetta in Falstaff at the Opera Bastille, directed by Dominique Pitoiset.


Julie Fuchs – Falstaff © Sébastien Mathé – Opéra national de Paris



 Julie Fuchs performs the role of Giuna in Mozart’s Lucio Silla at the Teatro Real in Madrid in September 2017.

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From the 6th to the 21st of July, Julie Fuchs sings Zerlina in the new Jean-François Sivadier production of Don Giovanni, at the Festival International d’Art Lyrique d’Aix-en-Provence. Jérémie Rhorer conducts.