Now online. I’m so very pleased to share the latest issue of The Empress Arts & Music Zine in which singer baritone Olivier Laquerre is featured. One of Canada’s best known and beloved baritones, Olivier Laquerre’s career includes a succession of highlights – opera, period and contemporary music and playing the French horn.
It was a great honour to interview this talented man, Olivier (who also has a great sense of humour!), as well as some of his colleagues he’s worked with – William Right, Paris Black, soprano Mireille Asselin and composer-pianist Louis Dominique Roy.
Olivier Laquerre – Baritone, gallantry & charm in perfect harmony
by L. Chrystal Dmitrovic
Hint: After arriving at the cover page, click on the Medusa icon to access “all things enchanted.” This will take you to the issue’s index page where you can again click on a Medusa icon to choose one of the articles to read more about Olivier.
2 thoughts on “Olivier Laquerre – Baritone, gallantry & charm in perfect harmony by L. Chrystal Dmitrovic”
I enjoyed a quick glean and will revisit this interview again. I related to choir memberships and keeping healthy. I’ll be back. Thanks Lorraine. 🙂
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You’re most welcome, Larry. I’m glad you like what you’ve read so far.