L'ambassadrice is an opera or opéra comique in 3 acts by composer Daniel Auber. The work's French language libretto was written by Eugène Scribe and Jules-Henri Vernoy de Saint-Georges. The opera's world premiere was staged by the Opéra-Comique at the Théâtre des Nouveautés in Paris on 21 December 1836. It was revived in Paris on 4 January 2013  by the opera company Les Frivolités Parisiennes at the initiative of two research fellows who specialized in nineteenth-century historically informed performance, Pierre Girod (vocal coach) and Charlotte Loriot (stage director).
|Role||Voice type||Premiere Cast, 21 December 1836
|Revival Cast (Conductor: Mathieu Romano)|
|Duke of Valberg||tenor||Théodore-Étienne-François Moreau-Sainti||Christophe Crapez|
|Countess Augusta of Fierschemberg||soprano||Monsel||Dorothée Thivet|
|Madame Barneck||mezzo-soprano||Marie-Julie Halligner||Laure Ilef|
|Henriette||soprano||Laure Cinti-Damoreau||Magali Léger|
|Charlotte||soprano||Jenny Colon||Estelle Lefort|
|Benedict||tenor||Joseph-Antoine-Charles Couderc||Jean-François Novelli|
- Casaglia, Gherardo (2005). "Auber, 21 December 1836". Almanacco Amadeus (Italian).
- L'ambassadrice: opera-comique By Daniel François Esprit Auber, Eugène Scribe, Henri Saint-Georges at google books
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