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Music Review

French soprano shares sense of ‘Wonder’ and much more

Sandrine Piau made her Celebrity Series debut at Jordan Hall. Sandrine Piau made her Celebrity Series debut at Jordan Hall. (Antoine LeGrand)
By Matthew Guerrieri
Globe Correspondent / April 23, 2012
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Sometimes consistency is an obstacle; sometimes resourcefulness is a temptation. The French soprano Sandrine Piau, in her Celebrity Series debut on Saturday at Jordan Hall, proved a compelling performer, but one who offset a uniform sound with an extensive interpretive toolbox, sometimes applied to excess.

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Music Review

Sandrine Piau, soprano

With Susan Manoff, piano

Presented by Celebrity Series

of Boston

At: Jordan Hall, Saturday