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Sophie ANGEBAULT (GM)
Nicola BELLER CARBONE(GM)
Yun Jung CHOI (GM)
Melody LOULEDJIAN (GM)
Eleonore MARGUERRE (GM)
Norma NAHOUN (GM)
Hedwig FASSBENDER (GM)
Elzbieta ARDAM (Div)
Renée MORLOC (GM)
Andreas CONRAD (GM)
Stephan RÜGAMER (F)
Roman SADNIK (Div)
Björn BÜRGER (GM)
Alexandre DUHAMEL (GM)
Barytons Basses / Basses
Guillaume ANTOINE (GM)
Paul GAY (GM)
Wenwei ZHANG (GM)
Metteur en Scène
Mariame CLEMENT (GM)
General Management : GM
various countries : Div
France : F
Soprano Sophie Angebault will soon be heard as Blanche Aline in Les Aventures du Roi Pausole in Genève,
and in The Cunning Little Vixen at
the Opéra du Rhin.
In October 2012, she sang Anezka in Smetana’s Les Deux veuves in Nantes.
In 2011-2012, she sang Gaufrette in the world premiere of René l’Enervé in Paris at the Théâtre du
Rond-Point and in Nancy. She sang the Baronne de Gondremarck in La Vie Parisienne in Nantes, Die
Aufseherin in Elektra in Montpellier, and Annina in La Traviata in Limoges, Marianne in Der Rosenkavalier at the Opéra du Rhin.
In 2010-2011, she sang Elena in Mefistofeleand Ein Blumenmädchen in Parsifal in Frankfurt, followed by Die Aufseherin in Elektra at the Wiesbaden Festival and the 3. Magd in Elektra in Nice.
In 2009, she sang Mme Lidoine in Dialogues
des Carmélites in Basel, and covered the title role in Arabella in Frankfurt. In December of that year she sang the
Baronne de Gondremarck in La Vie
Parisienne in Nancy.
In September 2007 she went to Les Jeunes Voix du Rhin, Strasbourg where
she performed the roles of the Aufseherin in Elektra, Aloès in Chabrier’s L’Etoileand Helmwige in Die Walküre. In
September 2008 she joined the ensemble at the Frankfurt Opera.
Sophie has worked with Nelly Miricioiu, Graham Johnson, Malcom
Martineau, Ulrich Eisenloch, Martin Katz, Brian Zeger, Margo Garett, Pierre
Vallet, Sarah Walker, Jeanine Reiss and Françoise Pollet.
Her oratorio repertoire includes the Gloriaby Vivaldi, Ein Deutsches Requiem, Petite Messe Solennelle and Stabat Mater from Rossini, Harmonie Messe and Theresienmesse from Haydn, Mozart’s Missa Brevis K.V. 194, Elgar’s Spirit
of England and The Armed Man by
Jenkins. In 2008 Sophie sang Beethoven’s 9thSymphony with the Ensemble Orchestral de Paris under the direction of Sean
Sophie regularly gives recitals in France, Switzerland, Belgium and
England (Wigmore Hall). She performed Les
Nuits d’Eté, in Paris in 2005, and Shéhérazadein Barbican Hall, London in 2007. In 2006, she took part in the Ravinia
Festival in Chicago, under the direction of James Conlon and performed works of
Wagner, Schumann and Messiaen. Excerpts from The Long Christmas Dinner, featuring Sophie were transmitted on BBC
radio 3 in October 2006. She took part in the Concert de l’Europe (Sénat),
which was recorded by France Musique in May 2008.
In September 2005 she received a scholarship to study opera at the
Guildhall School of Music and Drama (GSMD), and sang Gräfin Madeleine in Capriccio in England, Donna Elvira with
the Clonter Opera, Countess Almaviva in Le
Nozze di Figaro, Lucia in Hindemith’s The
Long Christmas Dinner, Nella in Gianni
Schicchi, Alice in Falstaff, Dido in Dido and Aeneas with Opera by Definition, Susanna in Wolf-Ferrari’s Il Segreto di Susanna, and Mercédès in Carmen.
Angebault studied both piano and law in Paris before deciding to study
voice with Professor Rudolf Piernay in September 2001 at the GSMD in London,
where she graduated with first class honors.
A well-recognized singer in international competitions, she was finalist of the prestigious Gold Medal 2007 (London, Barbican Hall), Winner of the Crompton Lied Award and first prize of the Thelma King competition in Bath (England) in 2005. She was also winner of the Révélation Muses 2004 competition in Nice Opera House.