Stanislas de Barbeyrac studied with Lionel Sarrazin at the Bordeaux Conservatoire and went on to join the Paris Opera’s Atelier Lyrique in 2008. He has won numerous prizes including the 2011 Queen Elizabeth International Competition in Brussels and was named Best New Opera Artist at the 2014 Victoires de la Musique. He made a highly acclaimed debut at the Aix Festival performing the role of Tamino (Die Zauberflöte), and then appeared at the Royal Opera House in London as Arbace in a new production of Idomeneo. He also played Narraboth (Salomé) at the Teatro Municipal in São Paulo and sang the role of Pâris (La Belle Hélène) at the Avignon Opera. In 2015, he made his Salzburg Festival debut in Mozart’s Davide penitente and he returned to the Paris Opera to perform the role of Admète (Alceste). More recently, he sang the role of the Chevalier de La Force (Dialogues des carmélites), first at La Monnaie in Brussels, then at the Dutch National Opera in Amsterdam, the Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich, the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées in Paris, the Théâtre de Caen and the Teatro Comunale in Bologna. He also played Tamino and Léandre (Le Médecin malgré lui) at the Grand Théâtre in Geneva, Macduff (Macbeth) at the Marseille Opera, Renaud (Armide) at both the Vienna Staatsoper and the Bordeaux Opera, Pylade (Iphigénie en Tauride), Tamino and Gonzalve (L’Heure espagnole) at the Paris Opera, Don Carlos and Damon (Les Indes galantes) at the Paris Opera, Pelléas (Pelléas et Mélisande) at the Bordeaux Opera, Tamino at the Aix Festival, the Dutch National Opera in Amsterdam and the Teatro Real in Madrid, Piquillo (La Périchole) at the Bordeaux Opera, Alfredo Germont (La Traviata) at the Dresden Semperoper, Don Ottavio at New York’s Metropolitan Opera, the Bayerische Staatsoper and the Paris Opera; and Max (Der Freischütz) at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées and the Normandy Opera in Rouen. He also performs in concert with a repertoire that encompasses Mendelssohn’s Elias, Haydn’s Creation, Mozart’s Requiem, Puccini’s Messa di Gloria, and Berlioz’ L’Enfance du Christ and Te Deum. He sang the role of Hylas in a recording of Les Troyens conducted by John Nelson (Erato).