poetry. passion. soprano.


Soprano of Elegance and Passion.


Born into a Belgian-German Family of Mozart enthusiasts in Heidelberg, Eleonore Marguerre studied singing at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna. In addition she studied Labour law, economics, and history at the Technical University in Darmstadt.
To arouse enthusiasm for classical music in other people is her greatest wish – which is why she launched the first opera guide podcast “Leonore &Fidelio” (in German mostly) in 2017 and is very involved in the field of music education.

Having won prizes in competitions such as the Leyla Gencer Voice Competition or the Boris Christoff competition Mrs. Marguerre went on to appear on the major stages of Europe including Teatro alla Scala in Milan (Venus in Ascanio in Alba), La Fenice in Venice (Juliette) and the Vienna State Opera.


Toulon, Rennes, Nantes, Angers | DIE FLEDERMAUS, Rosalinde

Past Highlights

Wuppertal, Oper | LUSTIGE WITWE, Hanna Glawari
Nürnberg, Staatstheater | TALESTRI, Tomiri
Wroclaw, Teatr | FAUST, Marguerite
Bonn, Oper | LUSTIGE WITWE, Hanna Glawari
Nürnberg, Staatstheater | DIE HERZOGIN VON GEROLSTEIN, Herzogin

Guesting contracts led Marguerre to Deutsche Oper am Rhein in Düsseldorf (Violetta/LA TRAVIATA), to Staatstheater Cottbus (Leonore/FIDELIO), to Oper Frankfurt (Isolde/LE VIN HERBÉ), to Opera de Lausanne (Rosalinde/DIE FLEDERMAUS), to Oper Leipzig (Agathe/DER FREISCHÜTZ), aand to the Staatstheater Wiesbaden (Arabella/ARABELLA). She sang as well at Grand Theatre de Geneve (Saffi/DER ZIGEUNERBARON, MANON), Theatre de la Monnaie (Fox, Lisak/CUNNING LITTLE VIXEN) und Elisabeth/FRANKENSTEIN), Musiktheater im Revier (World Premiere of „Stadt der Arbeit“ und Laura HINDEMITH/NEUES VOM TAGE) or as Hanna Glawari/DIE LUSTIGE WITWE to Oper Bonn and Wuppertal.

She is working closely with director Jens-Daniel Herzog. During his directory at Oper Dortmund she sang Manon (Massenet), Arabella, Violetta, Marguerite (FAUST), Contessa Almaviva, Fiordiligi und Poppea in Monteverdis L‘Incoronazione di Poppea as well as at Opera Nürnberg she starred as Natascha Rostova (WAR AND PEACE), Tomiri (TALESTRI) and the Grand-Duchess (GRANDDUCHESS OF GEROLSTEIN).


Her growing discography includes Die Schöne Galathee with Capriccio, Mozart‘s fragment Demofoonte with Arts Music, Das Lied von der Glocke with CPO and Mendelssohn‘s Lobgesang with Hänssler.


She is the author of a Guide to Operasingers (“Earn a fee for your High C”, Donatus, 2020) and a Graphic Book “Wozu das ganze Theater?” (Donatus 2020).



  • Deutschlandradio Kultur commented on her “Rosamunde” at Rokoko-Theatre Schwetzingen in 2012: “She dies as beautifully as she sings.”
  • „Eleonore Marguerre  interprets the  Comtessa arias in a noble manner whilst adding some crabbiness to her role.  With her cool and  coquettish way, she heats up Ileana Mateescus bold and cheeky Cherubino .“
(NWR Kultur, 25.2.2013)
  • „The appearance of Eleonore Marguerre bears a certain resemblance to  Romy Schneider in the Sissi-Trilogy. She sings and plays the Comtessa most touchingly in a beautifully focussed soprano”, www.opernnetz.de, 4.3.2013