Angélique Boudeville

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A clarinettist by training, Angélique Boudeville began to study singing at the Regional Conservatoire in Dijon. In the same year, she left for the Superior Conservatoire in Florence to further her studies with Leonardo De Lisi. She also has a degree in music from the University of Bourgogne. She has been awarded a number of international prizes, notably the Prix du Jeune Talent at the international competition “Les Symphonies d’Automne” in Mâcon in 2011. In 2012, she joined the Opera Studio of Berne University of the Arts where she obtained a Masters degree. Since then she has studied with Melanie Jackson in Paris and with Christian Hilz in Berne and performs regularly in Europe. In September 2014, she was awarded 3rd prize in the international competition in Toulouse at the Théâtre du Capitole and in 2015 she won the Munot competition in Schaffhausen. The same year, she performed Alban Berg’s Seven Early Songs and Gustav Mahler’s Symphony no. 4 accompanied by an orchestra constituted of soloists from the Opernhaus and the Tonhalle in Zurich, a concert which was broadcast on Swiss radio. In 2015 she also sang the role of Micaëla in The Tragedy of Carmen by Constant / Bizet at the Théâtre Bienne-Soleure in Switzerland. In 2016, she sang Micaëla in Carmen at the Schaffhausen Festival and Leïla in Bizet’s The Pearl Fishers in Bienne during the season 2017/2018. She also performed Zaïda in The Turk in Italy by Rossini and Donna Stella in La Frascatana by Païsiello at the TOBS in Switzerland. She joined the Academy of the Paris Opera in September 2017 and sang die Sängerin in Philippe Boesmans’s Reigen, at the Bastille Amphitheater. She also performed excerpts from the Countess of The Marriage of Figaro on the stage of the Opera Garnier. In January 2018, she were the second laureate of the Voix Nouvelle contest, where she also won the Swiss Operas prize and the public’s award.

Projects : Berlioz’s Les Nuits d’été directed by Benjamin Pionnier in Tours, 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.

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