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Clara Guillon

Clara Guillon

Born in a musician family, Clara Guillon early developed a taste for music. She started with piano and then turned to singing. She got her D.E.M. lyric singing in June 2016 with utmost approuval at the CRR in Paris in Sophie Hervé’s course. In 2016-2017 she graduated from Lyric Factory under the direction of François … Lire la suite

Pauline Rinvet

Pauline Rinvet

Pauline Rinvet started music at a very early age thanks to violin and piano lessons. She discovered opera singing when, at the age of 8, she joined the choir school at Vannes, her native city. In 2006 she began studying at the Paris Conservatoire and the Sorbonne University, where she successively obtained her DEM (Diploma … Lire la suite

Adriana Gonzalez

Adriana Gonzalez

First Prize and Zarzuela Prize of the Operalia Competition 2019, acclaimed for her fine lyric voice and outstanding musicality, young performer Adriana Gonzalez is one of the most promising singers of her generation. Born in Guatemala in 1991, Adriana Gonzalez won the New Upcoming Artist Award presented by the Hemeroteca Nacional de Guatemala. She studied at … Lire la suite

Eléonore Marguerre

Eléonore Marguerre

Eleonore Marguerre’s career is built on firm foundations – vocal and musical prowess and acclaimed professionalism. Born in Heidelberg, she studied singing in Karlsruhe then Vienna. She has won several international competitions including the Marcello Viotti Competition (2008), the Competizione dell’Opera (2004), the Leyla Gencer Voice Competition (2006) and Boris Christoff (2009). Early career roles include … Lire la suite

Yete Queiroz

Yete Queiroz

After graduating from the Rueil-Malmaison Regional Conservatoire, French-Brazilian mezzo-soprano Yete Queiroz began her career with the roles of a china cup and a dragonfly (L’Enfant et les sortilèges ) at the Théâtre de Levallois, followed in the same year by Dorabella (Cosi fan Tutte). She was then invited by the Académie du Festival d’Aix-en-Provence to sing her … Lire la suite

Wenwei Zhang

Wenwei Zhang

Born in Dailan (China), he studied music at the Liaoning Opera, Theatre and Dance Centre. In 2001, he joined Professor Yan Yang’s voice class and graduated with a BA in Voice Studies. In 2004, he won the Golden Prize in the Bel Canto category at the annual Chinese televised young singers competition. He represented his region … Lire la suite

Tassis Christoyannis

Tassis Christoyannis

Tassis Christoyannis is highly sought after for roles in Italian and French opera repertoire, but he has also built up an outstanding reputation as a French Melody performer. Born in Athens, he studied piano, singing, conducting and composition at the Athens Conservatoire. As a member of the Greek National Opera company, he sang Belcore (l’Elisir d’amore), … Lire la suite

Tadeusz Szlenkier

Tadeusz Szlenkier

After graduating from Warsaw University with a degree in philosophy, Tadeusz Szlenkier pursued his musical studies at Yale University. In 2005, he won the First Prize in the International Vocal Competition Klassik-Mania in Vienna (Austria). His vocal prowess opens up a very wide repertoire. From 2010 to 2017, he worked with the Opera Nova in … Lire la suite

Stuart Patterson

Stuart Patterson

Born in Perth, Scotland, Stuart Patterson studied in Glasgow, London, Florence and Paris. He joined the Groupe Vocal de France on a French government scholarship, and settled in France in the 1980s. After studying at the Scuola di Musica di Fiesole, Stuart Patterson joined the company of the Teatro Verdi di Pisa, where he was … Lire la suite

Stephan Rügamer

Stephan Rügamer

Stephan Rügamer studied at the the Lübeck Academy of Music then honed his craft under James Wagner. He was a member of Lübeck Opera ensemble from 1996 to 1998, where he sang principal lyrical tenor roles. He was invited by Daniel Barenboim to join the company of the Staatsoper Berlin in 1999. Under his baton, … Lire la suite