Born in Tokyo of diplomat parents during a raging typhoon, Canadian soprano Natalie Choquette is a rather unique multilingual classical entertainer who presents opera with an irresistible humorous twist. Her show, Whoever said opera was boring? has delighted audiences across the planet and won over many new opera fans. Beginning July 18, she will perform the World Premiere of her newest show, Diva by Night at Theatre Lac Brome.

Awarded many prizes (including  an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Ottawa) for democratizing opera, Natalie Choquette loves to create and portray colorful zany divas (such as “La Fettucini from il Teatro Bolognese”) dressed in outrageous costumes, singing the most famous and beautiful opera arias while interacting with the audience, the musicians and even the orchestra conductor.

No other first-class soprano in the world will be found impeccably singing Verdi while doing a head stand on a piano or rendering a tear-jerking interpretation of Puccini’s “Nessun dorma” while eating spaghetti and gargling with wine.

As well at ease at the Vienna Konzerthaus with the Vienna Symphonics or in cathedrals with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra as in arenas with the “Night of the Proms”, at the “Just for Laughs Festival” in Montreal, with the Roncalli Circus in “Clowns in Concert” or in charming theatres with her pianist, this artist is an act in herself.

Her beautiful crystal-clear voice and unique sense of humor have touched many souls and uplifted many spirits around the world.

Diva by Night is an intimate encounter with Natalie Choquette and accompanist Dominic Boulianne, opening Friday July 18 en Francais and July 19 in English. Additional English performances are on July 24 and August 2. More performance in French are scheduled for July 25 and 30, and a bilingual show is slated for August 8.

From rainy London to the Cote d’Azur a Royal Lady escapes with her accompanist. A musical fantasy based on historic facts with music from opera to the French Can Can, Piaf, Aznavour, Charles Trenet, Kurt Weill and George Gershwin. It promises to be a wonderful evening of music with an international opera star singing popular classics in the intimate setting of Theatre Lac Brome.

For tickets please visit: or call: 1-450-242-2270 Enjoy!

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