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Thomas Ricart discovered singing at the Saint Louis de Gonzague de Paris choir school under the direction of Rémi Gousseau. After completing his business studies at ESSEC, he joined the Paris Conservatoire in 2016. In 2020, as a laureate of the Royaumont Foundation, he worked on the role of Pylade (Iphigénie en Tauride) with Benjamin Lazar and Alphonse Cemin. He joined the Opera Fuoco opera workshop as well as the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel, where he perfected his technique with Sophie Koch and José Van Dam. In March 2021, he sang the role of the Prologue (The Turn of the Screw) in a production by Brigitte Jaques-Wajeman. He sang the roles of Alfredo (La Traviata) and Rodolfo (La Bohème) during a masterclass given by Inva Mula. In December 2021, he made his Opéra Comique debut as Benvolio (Roméo et Juliette) in a production by Éric Ruf.
In the spring 2022, he sang the roles of Liberto, Soldato 2, Famigliare 2 and Tribuni (L’Incoronazione di Poppea) with the Paris Opera’s Academy and the Poème Harmonique in a production by Alain Françon conducted by Vincent Dumestre. Alongside pianist Katia Weimann, he explores music chamber. Their duet has been formed with the help of Anne Le Bozec and support of Susan Manoff and Hartmut Höll. In August 2020, the two artists took part in the France Musique Summer Festival, featuring a program of French melodies. Thomas Ricart joined the Paris Opera’s Academy in September 2022. He has been taking part in all the concerts and recitals at the Amphithéâtre Olivier Messiaen at the Bastille Opera and at the Palais Garnier.
He appeared, among other things, in the movie-recital Nocturne, vidéo en-chantée by Denis Guéguin. In the spring 2023, portrayed Dormont (La Scala di seta) at the Athénée Théâtre Louis-Jouvet, and took part in the concerts tour Compositrices et mélodie française in Paris, Venice and at the Saarland Musikfestspiele. Thomas Ricart has the support of the Porosus Foundation.
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