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The New York Times

A Frenzied Run-Up in a House Full of Divas

“’Dalila is like Carmen: There are so many clichés,’” Ms. Garanca said in her dressing room. “’Somehow Dalila is seen to be a calculating bitch who has just one goal, to destroy Samson. But I think that she is a very normal woman, who also has feelings.’”

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New York Times

On the Way to a Night at the Opera

New York Times slideshow behind the scenes at the Metropolitan Opera in the lead-up to Roberto Devereux, featuring Elīna.

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WQXR: He Sang/She Sang

Stopping the Clocks with Strauss' 'Der Rosenkavalier'

Mezzo-soprano Elīna Garanča knows all about letting go, because after singing the role of Octavian for 17 years, she is giving her final performance as the passionate count.

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Kurier

Elina Garanca: "Ich vertraue dem Schicksal"

“Die Mezzosopranistin über ihre Schwangerschaft und das wahre Lebensglück.”

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