Clémentine Margaine

Considered one of the leading mezzos of her generation, French mezzo-soprano Clémentine Margaine has gained international acclaim in recent seasons at theaters such as the Metropolitan Opera in New York, Opéra national de Paris, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Bayerische Staatsoper, Teatro Colón, Teatro dell’Opera di Roma, San Carlo di Napoli, Opera Australia, Lyric Opera Chicago, Arena di Verona, Salzburg Festival and the Canadian Opera Company.

In 2023/24, she will be Carmen at the Met New York and at Liceu in Barcelona, Principessa di Bouillon / Adriana Lecouvreur at Opera Bastille, Paris Théâtre des Champs Elysées and Lyon Opéra,  Azucena / Trovatore in Parma and for her debut at Berlin Staatsoper…

Recent performances include her celebrated debut at Arena di Verona as Carmen and as Amneris / Aida alongside Anna Netrebko ; Eboli / Don Carlo in Chicago and Munich ; Carmen at Maggio Fiorentino ; Massenet’s Hérodiade in Berlin ; Charlotte / Werther at the Vienna State Opera, La Sphynge / Oedipe by Enescu at the Paris Opera, Laura / Gioconda at the Chorégies d’Orange ; concerts at Elbphilharmonie Hamburg and at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall in Moscow, Verdi’s Requiem at The Shed in New York, Amneris / Aida in Barcelona and Toronto…

Other roles include Meyerbeer’s Le Prophète (at Deutsche Oper Berlin) Adalgisa / Norma (Madrid) ; Léonore / Donizetti’s La Favorite, Marguerite / La Damnation de Faust and Dalila / Saint- Saëns’ Samson et Dalila, Gertrude / Hamlet (Radio France Festival).

Clémentine graduated from the Paris Conservatoire, then joined the ensemble of the Deutsche Oper Berlin, where she sang her first performances of Carmen, a role she is now considered a reference, and that she has since portrayed at the Met in New York City (telecast worldwide on Met Opera Live), Dallas, Paris, Vienna, Sydney, Munich, Rome, Naples, Washington, Barcelone and Toronto…

Representation : Concerts, Special Projects

Bizet : Carmen "Chanson Bohème"

Verdi : Trovatore

Bizet : Carmen "Habanera"

Verdi : Aida

Saint-Saëns : Samson et Dalila