Cover Story – Ambur Braid, the Power of Authenticity

– Opera Canada


Cover Story, Ambur Braid, Opera Untamed

– On The Bay Magazine


Ambur opens up on sex, scandal and power

– The Globe and Mail


Artist of the Week – 16 Q’s for Ambur Braid – Opera Canada

– Opera Canada



– OPERA Magazine


Ambur Braid: Creator of Big Sound and Sparkling Vocals

– The Hamilton Spectator


Rufus Wainwrights first opera was ‘a nightmare.’ He’s trying again. 

– The New York Times


Ambur sat down with CBC Eyeopener, talking about her role debut as Tosca at Calgary Opera


“Every single action that is going on this opera is parallel to something that is going on in this world today. It’s totally modern life, it’s totally real life.”
-Ambur talking about Calgary Opera’s Tosca in The Calgary Herald


” AMBUR BRAID “I need space to be a bit bonkers”


“Interview with Tom Power on q?”


“The Final Take” Music that Ambur Braid can’t live without?”


“Artist Interview with Ambur Braid on James Strecker for the Arts?”
– James Strecker for the Arts


“Who’s afraid of the Opera? Now Magazine interview with Glen Sumi?”
– Now Toronto


“Coloratura Soprano Ambur Braid talks playing the Queen of the Night in The Magic Flute and Formula 1 Races”
– Calgary Herald


“Operanation presents Sam Roberts Band with Ambur Braid, Filler Magazine”
– Filler Magazine


“Snakes on a dame, Toronto Standard”

– Toronto Standard


“Ambur Braid, Opera Canada”

– Questia


“There’s Something About Ambur”

– Paul Aguirre-Livingston, a profile on Ambur with The Toronto Standard, February 2013


Ten Questions for Ambur Braid



Small Town Girl of The Opera


“In a word… With Ambur Braid”

– Ambur answers questions for The Charlebois Post, November 2012


“Ms. Chatelaine: The British Columbia native has opened for Tony Bennett and this fall will be in the COC’s production of Die Fledermaus”

– Interview by Katie Rae, Chatelaine Magazine, July 2012


“Operanation’s Star, Ambur Braid, talks Orfeo & Broken Social scene.”

– Parlando Blog


“She plays Amore, goddess/god of love (she switches genders midway through the show). She is tall, thin, with Audrey Hepburn eyes, long auburn hair, and perfect teeth.”

– Tom Jokinen, The Walrus Magazine, December 2011