Angélique Boudeville
Soprano

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Angélique Boudeville was born in Burgundy and initially trained as a clarinettist. She began studying voice at the Dijon Conservatoire and then perfected her skills under Leonardo De Lisi at the Florence Conservatory of Music. Having earned a Master’s degree in Musicology from the Université de Bourgogne, she was unanimously awarded a Masters with honours following her residency at the Opera Studio in Berne in 2013. Since then, she has continued her studies under the guidance of Melanie Jackson in Paris. She performs regularly in Europe, and Shenzhen, as well as at the Victoria Hall in Geneva and the Tonhalle in Zürich. She sang the role of Leila in Bizet’s Pêcheurs de Perles at the Théâtre de Bienne-Soleure and Micaela in Marius Constant’s adaptation of Carmen, La Tragédie de Carmen, at the Schaffhausen Festival. She played the Singer in Philippe Boesmans’ Reigen in November 2017 at the Bastille Amphitheatre. In the spring of 2018, she performed Berlioz’ Les Nuits d’été under the baton of Benjamin Pionnier, first in the city of Tours and then on tour. During the 2018-2019 season, the soprano will be giving a concert of opera arias at the Philharmonie de Paris, a recital at the Bordeaux Opera and a concert at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées. In January 2018, she won second prize, the Opéra Suisses award and the Audience prize at the Voix Nouvelles Singing Competition. Angélique Boudeville joined the Paris Opera Academy in September 2017.