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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
Bass-baritone Guillaume Antoine is a former member of the prestigious
Young Artist Program with the Paris National Opera, where he worked with Janine
Reiss and Jose van Dam. During this time he was awarded two prizes, the Prix
Carpeaux and the Prix AROP.He made his debut in the Aix en Provence Festival in Renardby Stravinsky under the direction of Pierre Boulez.
His future plans include, The
Doctor in La Traviata in
Bruxelles, The Sprecher in the Magic Flute in Bordeaux.
In 2011, he sang Robert inLes Vêpres siciliennes in Genève, 5. Jude in Salome in Bruxelles.
In 2010 he was in Paris Garnier for Faust by Philippe Fénelon, then in Brussels for Yvonne, Princesse de Bourgogne.
In 2009 he created the role of L’Innocent in the world premiere
performance of Phillipe Boesmans new opera Yvonne, Princesse de Bourgogne –
first at the Paris National Opera, then at the Wiener Festwochen. He also sang Dumas in Andre Chenier at the Paris National Opera Bastille. In 2008,
Guillaume again returned to Berlin to sing Angelotti in Tosca and Harasta in The Cunning Little Vixen. The 2006-07 season saw Guillaume return
to Berlin to sing again the roles of SchaunardLa Boheme and The Count in Le Nozze di Figaro.
In 2006, Guillame returned to Salzburg for the Easter Festival where he
sang the role of the Medecin in Pelleas et Mellisande with the Berlin
Philhamonic under the direction of Simon Rattle. The following December he
returned to Paris to reprise his role in L’amour des Trois Oranges.
In the 2005-06 season, he sang the Count in Le Nozze di Figaro,Lamoral in Arabella, as well as Larry
Landau in Sophie’s Choice. In
2005, Guillaume sang the roles of Julian
Pinelli in Die Gezeichneten by
Schrecker under the direction of Kent Nagano at the Salzburg Festival, and
later in the year performed the role of Leandrein L’amour des Trois Oranges at the
with the Paris National Opera under conductor Sylvain Cambreling.
Antoine, who began his musical studies in contemporary and jazz saxophone, made his debut at the Deutche Oper as Bretigny in Manon. Guillaume then became engaged as an ensemble member at the Deutsche Oper and sang the roles of Angelotti in Tosca, Harasta in The Cunning Little Vixen, and Schaunard in La Bohème.