Biography

After his studies at the CNR in Caen, he completed his training with Alain Buet. He participates in productions in the baroque repertoire up to contemporary creation. He performed on the stages of the Operas of Rouen, Caen, Stuttgart and Versailles. Invited by Teodor Currentzis, he performs Aeneas in Novosibirsk and records Mozart's Requiem. With Les Arts Florissants, he is at the Aix-en-Provence festival as well as on tour with Atys by Lully, David and Jonathan by M. A. Charpentier. He performed as a soloist in concerts with the Les Siècles orchestra under the direction of François-Xavier Roth at the Château de Versailles and at the Cuenca festival, with the Hilversum radio orchestra in Utrecht. Recently, he sang the roles of the High Priest in Daphnis and Églé with William Christie and Les Arts Florissants with whom he also played the High Priest of Jupiter (The Birth of Osiris) in Dijon and Monsieur de Pourceaugnac in China and at the festival of Radio-France and Montpellier. He took part in Wozzeck at the Dijon Opera, The Fairy Queen, Alcina and L'Écume des jours by Denisov at the Stuttgart Opera, Pelléas et Mélisande at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées and in the Dialogues des carmélites at La Monnaie from Brussels, to TCE, Caen and Bologna. During this season, he participated in Agrippina with the Talents Lyriques at the Händel festival in Halle and at the Klagvokal in Dortmund. At the OnR he sang the roles of Pietro (Simon Boccanegra), Maurevert (Les Huguenots), Allan (Le Roi Arthus), Ctésippe (Pénélope) and Bartolo (Le nozze di Figaro).

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