Maggy Villette is also well-known for her opera performances. She has played a number of different opera characters: Pamina in Mozart's "The Magic Flute", Zerlina in Mozart's "The Marriage of Figaro", Sister Constance in Poulenc's "Dialogues of the Carmelites", etc. From Puccini to Sati to Offenbach, Maggy loves this Art form as it allows her to bring together her theatrical and vocal skills.

Thanks to her operatic skills, she adds a touch of magic to your religious ceremonies. Her emotional and spiritual voice brings out the beauty of sacred and liturgical music.

Classical singing is a technique used in classical music (opera, lieder, cantatas, etc.). This type of music originated in Greek classical antiquity alongside the lyre (origin of the word “lyrical”), which accompanied poetic recitations and is associated with the mythological figure Orpheus. Nowadays the term classical singing mainly refers to operatic forms (ex: drame lyrique and opera, etc.).