Lucie Peyramaure

“French soprano Lucie Peyramaure is the evening’s revelation, for here is a great lyrical voice already ready for all the great Puccini roles, a large and powerful voice, with secure and resonant high notes ; a talent to watch closely !”

Classiquenews – May 2023 – about Manru by Paderewski at Nancy Opera

Lucie won 4 Prizes at the International Voice Competition of Marmande in August 2022 (Grand Prize, Audience Prize, Prize of Meiningen State Opera, and Prize of Lyrichoregra 20) just after post graduating summa cum laude from the Paris National Conservatory of Music (CNSMDP). She is still studying with Frédéric Gindraux.

She also won the Young Talent Prize at the International Voice competition in Canari (Corsica) and she is a laureate of both Meyer and Kriegelstein Foundations. She has attented the masterclasses of Barbara Hanigan, Anne Le Bozec, Margreet Hönig…

Lucie has always explored the full range of her very long, rich and warm voice. The first roles she sang on stage were mezzo soprano’s ones such as Mrs Grose / The Turn of the screw by Britten, 1st Prioress / Le Dialogue des Carmélites by Poulenc. She then turned to soprano repertoire singing the title role of Alceste by Gluck and Marguerite / La Damnation de Faust by Berlioz.

Recent performances include Ottavia / Monteverdi’s Il Nerone with the Academy of the Paris National Opera, Offenbach’s La Perichole at Paris Opéra Comique, debut recitals at the Chorégies d’Orange and at the Festival of Cadaqués (Spain) with pianist David Fray, Iphigénie en Tauride and Asa / Manru by Paderewski at Nancy Opera, La Périchole at Dijon Opera.

In concert she sang Duruflé’s Requiem (Cathédrale des Invalides in Paris), Mozart’s Requiem with the Contraste Ensemble, Dvorak’s Stabat Mater with the Atelier des Songes, Ravel’s Chansons madécasses at the Paris Conservatory, Rossini’s La Petite Messe solennelle at the Potager du Roy Festival at the Versailles Castle.

Upcoming projects include : Freia/Rheingold and Helmwige / Walküre at Theater Basel, her debut at Bordeaux National Opera in a solo recital, Poulenc’s Gloria at Montpellier Opera, the title role of Medgé by Samaras at Olympia Theatre with the Athens Philharmonia Orchestra, and Brahms’ Liebesliederwalzer with pianist David Fray at l’Offrande Musicale.

Wagner : Tannhäuser

Poulenc : Gloria

Dvorak : Rusalka

Puccini : La Bohème

Halévy : La Juive

Puccini : Suor Angelica