Scroll down for audio and video clips of Véronique, as well as interviews and promotional films for her recent projects.
Véronique Filloux, in the title role, has a part that fits her beautifully fresh soprano perfectly. In “Sleep, why dost thou leave me,” one of the best known pieces from the work, she was at her best, but the
STRENGTH AND FLEXIBILITY OF HER VOICE
were on full display throughout the evening. She acted the role with charming versatility."
- Pittsburgh in the Round
SEMELE, Pittsburgh Opera
"Se giunge un dispetto" from Handel's Agrippina. Performed alongside Glenn Lewis.
"Par le rang et par l'opulence... Salut à la France!" from Donizetti's La fille du régiment. Performed alongside Glenn Lewis.
"Die Wiener Herrn" (the Fiakermilli aria) from R. Strauss's Arabella. Performed alongside Glenn Lewis.
"His Name is Jan" from Missy Mazzoli and Royce Vavrek's Breaking the Waves. Performed alongside Glenn Lewis.
Véronique plays Despina in Pittsburgh Opera's livestreamed, masked production of Così fan tutte. She performs "In uomini, in soldati" alongside Madeline Ehlinger and Therese Carmack. October 2020.
Véronique sings the title role in Pittsburgh Opera's livestreamed, masked production of Handel's Semele. Here, she is featured in an clip of Semele's Act 1 aria, "Endless pleasure, endless love." May 2021.
Véronique is featured as a notable alum in the Maryland Opera Studio interview series "Alumni Talks Tuesdays." She speaks on her experience in MOS, life as a young professional singer, and staying inspired and creative while quarantined for COVID-19. April 2020.
Véronique is praised for her "warm, sumptuous sound as Tigrane" in Opera Lafayette's Radamisto. This production marries Handel's music with a rough, postmodern movement sensibility embodied by the Seán Curran Dance Company. February 2019.