As a Peace and Prosperity Trust Young Artist, Margo will sing at Kensington Palace on April 11th 2018, in a fundraising concert concert organised by Peace and Prosperity Trust with Positive Planet UK – which supports entrepreneurial workshops for Syrian refugees in Lebanon.

Margo will cover the role of Mélisande in Debussy’s Pelléas et Mélisande in their 2017 season. She will also participate in Young Artists’ events with Garsington, like Pelléas et Mélisande Insights in Oxford on May 3rd. More info here…

Le Nozze di Figaro! Margo will make her debut as Susanna with Clonter Opera in July 2017. After having thoroughly prepared the role with Maestro René Jacobs in Royaumont in 2015, Margo is very excited to be able to perform this wonderful role and opera, one of her absolute favourites… Book your tickets here!

It’s been a baroque few months, and it continues until June! After making her French baroque debut with Le Concert Spirituel – Hervé Niquet, Margo will sing in Haendel’s Radamisto with GSMD Opera in London in June. More info here… 

More baroque news – Margo will sing in recital at the Haslemere Festival with Opera South’s musical director Mark Austin. The programme includes Lully, Rameau, Purcell and Haendel. Book your tickets here…

In press articles

Le nozze di Figaro, Clonter Opera review – a wedding full of future stars

Margo Arsane stood out from the opening scene. She’s just graduated from the Guildhall (and before that Lyon and Munich) and is a most accomplished performer, acting and reacting to the story all the time, and her soprano is pure and clear, with power available but never over-used.
Robert Beale, Monday, 24 July 2017 –


Arsane gives a performance of exceptional sincerity and beauty as Tiridate’s abandoned queen and becomes the emotional centre of the work, using tasteful vibrato like an artist’s palette to shade and accentuate her lines, negotiating switches through the fourth wall and back with the ease of a talented actor.
Charlotte Valori, 06 juin 2017 –

Margo Arsane’s bell-like clarity shone as brightly as her superb French diction.
Mark Pullinger, Bachtrack (UK)

Bizet’s Don Procopio. Of the seven soloists soprano, Margo Arsane as the unwillingly-betrothed Bettina provided a thrilling coloratura rendition.
Shelagh Godwin, Surrey Advertiser