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Anaïs Constans
Soprano

Originally from Montauban, Anaïs Constans began taking voice classes with Béatrice Viliare and Claudine Ducret. She continued her studies at the conservatoire in Toulouse and then at the Centre National d'Artistes Lyriques in Marseille before going on to perfect her technique under the guidance of Claudine Ducret, Jean-Marc Bouget and Nino Pavlenichvili. In 2012, she won the Prix de la Mélodie Française, then Second Prize in the Opera category at the Marmande International Singing Competition and Third Prize for Female Voice along with the Prix du Public at the Toulouse International Singing Competition. In 2013, she was awarded First Prize and The Prize for Young Talent at the Mâcon International Singing Competition, and in 2014 she won Third Prize at the Operalia World Opera Competition and was the joint Third Prize winner at the Montserrat Caballe International Singing Competition. Since then, her career has developed and she has been engaged as a soloist for numerous oratorios, including Dvořak’s Stabat Mater, Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater, Rutter’s Magnificat, Bach’s Ascension Oratorio, Dubois Les Sept Paroles du Christ, Rossini’s Petite Messe solennelle, Poulenc’s Gloria, Vivaldi’s Magnificat, Rutter’s The Mass of Children, Orff’s Carmina Burana, Schubert’s Myrjam’s Siegesgesänge, Jenkins’ The Armed Man, Mozart’s Coronation Mass, and Haydn’s Creation. Her Opera performances include Orphée aux Enfers and La Belle Hélène under the direction of Jean-Christophe Keck, Sauguet’s La Chartreuse de Parme (conducted by Lawrence Foster and directed by Renée Auphan) at the Marseille Opera, Lakmé (Miss Ellen) in Saint-Etienne (conducted by Laurent Campellone), La Vie Parisienne (Pauline) in Toulon, I Due Foscari (Pisana) at the Théâtre du Capitole in Toulouse, La Bohème (Musetta) at the Festival de Gattières, Don Carlos ( the Voice from Heaven) at the Grand Théâtre in Bordeaux, and Orphée aux Enfers (Diane) at the Opera de Nancy…

Projects: Miss Ellen (Lakmé) at the Marseille Opera, and the Shepherdess (Tannhäuser) at the Monte Carlo Opera.

Anaïs Constans is making her debut at the Paris