Lucie Peyramaure

Lyric dramatic soprano Lucie Peyramaure was hailed by Classiquenews « the evening’s revelation » when she sang Aza / Manru by Paderewski at Nancy Opera in May 2023 : « a great lyrical voice already ready for all the big Puccini roles, a large and powerful voice, with secure and resonant high notes ». About her Freia / Rheingold in Basel, her performance was described by Operagazet as « impressive in terms of sound, with a big, dramatic voice, which one would also like to hear in the role of Senta or Elisabeth. »

A graduate of the Paris National Conservatory of Music (CNSMDP), Lucie won 4 Prizes at the 2022 International Voice Competition of Marmande including the Grand Prize and the Audience Prize.

Her recent opera appearances include Helmwige / Walküre (in Basel), the title role of Medgé by Samaras at Olympia Theatre with the Athens Philharmonia Orchestra, Hahn’s Mon Bel Inconnu for the Bayesrisches Rundfunk in Munich, Ottavia / Monteverdi’s Il Nerone with the Academy of the Paris National Opera, Offenbach’s La Perichole at Paris Opéra Comique, Diane /  Iphigénie en Tauride at Nancy Opera, La Périchole at Dijon Opera, the title role of Alceste by Glück, Mrs Grose / The Turn of the screw, 1st Prioress / Le Dialogue des Carmélites and Marguerite / La Damnation de Faust by Berlioz.

In concert,  she sang Poulenc’s Gloria (Montpellier), 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 Chateau, Brahms’ Liebesliederwalzer with pianist David Fray at l’Offrande Musicale.

She also gave solo recitals at Chorégies d’Orange, Opéra National de Bordeaux and at the Cadaqués International festival of Music (a Schubert program with David Fray).

Upcoming : Tosca in Freiburg, Musetta / Bohème  in Nancy, Dijon, Luxemburg and Caen, Foreign Princess / Rusalka in Massy, Charlotte / Werther  in Rennes, her debut at Teatro de Madrid in Arianne et Barbe Bleue by Dukas.


Representation : General Management

Wagner : Tannhäuser

Poulenc : Gloria

Dvorak : Rusalka

Puccini : La Bohème

Halévy : La Juive

Puccini : Suor Angelica