These mysterious lights were just on the cusp of the new year that would change everything for the entire planet.
Madrid at dawn. I will long remember this image of Madrid as it was just waking up.
I am always happy to come back to Ottawa to visit the majestic Parliament buildings.
Kremlin. I had gone to Moscow to sing a recital of French art song at the Pouchkine Museum.
The golden “galerie” of the Banque of France. This magnificient place was once the house of the count of Toulouse, Louis the XIVth’s son. I
I met this REAL and charming cowboy at the Calgary airport on my way back home from a tour. He graciously accepted I take a
Estates Theater, Prague. The last theater where Mozart performed and directed. Here was created “La Clemenza di Tito” and “Don Giovanni”!
Queluz Palace, Lisbon. Considered the “Palace of Versailles” of Portugal. I sang a concert entirely dedicated to Mozart in the ballroom.
King’s Theater, Palace of Versailles. I had come to record a documentary on Rameau with Les Talens Lyriques and Christophe Rousset.
The enchanting gardens of Glyndebourne, the summer of my debut here.
The magnificent Petronas Towers seen in the evening, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Handsome Russian clown on the banks of the Amstel river.
The famous Chinese Theater where all the hand and footprints of the stars are located. I’m here to sing Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater at the Hollywood
Is La Scala behind me? Yes, the very day of my debut!
Hush, sleeping Koala! I came here to Melbourne to sing Handel’s Messiah with the Melbourne Symphony.
While taking a short walk in Charlotte, I saw some very pretty houses in a style unique to the South of the USA. Here is
This magical place is where I shot my very first video with my longtime photographer, Michael Slobodian. “Care Selve” taken from my CD “Prima Donna”.
I came to Stockholm to sing with the magnificent Swedish Radio choir. I love the Swedes, their singers, their design!
Lombard street is known for its 8 turns and its steep incline. I came to San Francisco to sing “Le Martyre de St-Sébastien” by Debussy
Lyon, the city of famous chef Paul Bocuse. Here, the pretty pink and yellow houses along the Saône have a little Italian character. I had
The Parthenon. One of the most beautiful wonders of Ancient Greece. Visiting these ancient ruins becomes almost a mystical experience. I walked around these places
Who is that watching over me? St Karin????
One of the loveliest and well kept gardens I have had the pleasure of seeing. Jardin Sans-Souci (without care) was Frederick the Great’s summer hideaway.
The Eiffel tower, need I say more? One of the most majestic man made structures in the world. In this picture, it looks like it’s
In between two engagements in France, I had the privilege of admiring some of the most beautiful historical airplanes here at La Ferté Alais. These
À Paris: here as the sign says…. “The most famous music hall in the world”! Les Folies Bergère, how I love this art deco panel.
For a brief moment, at the junction of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers, just over the ledge of the bridge, this Canada Goose decided it
I have a taste for all things vintage. Here an advertising panel representing the famous candy company in Winnipeg “Nutty Club”. This company has never
It’s so good to take a break from a heavy concert schedule to come home and enjoy a traditionnal spring trip to the sugar shack.
I came to Bilbao to sing excerpts from “Bestiario” with Il Complesso Barocco and Alan Curtis. In front of the hotel, on the other side
In the mountains of Switzerland, at the invitation of Donna Leon, I had the opportunity to sing concerts in a very intimate setting. The majestic
One of the many recordings I made with Alan Curtis was here at Villa San Fermo in Italy. During this particular time, I recorded “Bestiario”
Between two engagements, a little trip to the local market to see the pumpkins on Halloween weekend…. It’s so nice to be home!
Recording “Alcina” in Tuscania in september was magical. Not only because the opera is about a sorceress but also because, as you can see, Tuscania
When I went to sing my first “Elijah” by Mendelssohn, I was charmed by Oahu’s numerous natural treasures. Among them, “Chinaman’s Hat” sitting proudly in