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Adele Charvet

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Adèle Charvet graduated from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris in the class of Élène Golgevit.

Very attached to the art of the stage, she experienced her first musical and scenic experiences in Brundibár by Hans Krása, where she embodied the role of Pepíček. She also plays the role of Hansel in Humperdinck's Hänsel und Gretel, as well as Frau Reich in Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor by Otto Nicolaï. In 2017, she made her debut at the Amsterdam Opera as the Young polovtsian girl in Borodin's Prince Igor, directed by Dmitri Tcherniakov, and directed by Stanislav Kochanovsky. She then embodies the nurse Filippievna in Eugène Onegin by Tchaikovsky at the Verbier Festival. In August 2017, she sang at the Berlioz Festival in Côte-Saint-André under the baton of Nicolas Chalvin with the orchestra of the Pays de Savoie, alongside great soloists such as Xavier Philips, François-Frédéric Guy and Tedi Papavrami. She also sings in concert Il Pirata (Adele) at the National Opera of Bordeaux.

Passionate about the repertoire of melody and Lied that she studied with David Selig and Anne Le Bozec, in 2015 she formed a duet with pianist Florian Caroubi, with whom she won the same year the Melody price of the Nadia International Competition and Lili Boulanger, and a year later, the Lied Duo Grand Prix of the 51st International's-Hertogenbosch Competition as well as four special prizes: the Junior Jury Prize, the Association of Friends of Lied Prize, the Best Interpretation Prize of the contemporary piece, and finally, the price of the press. Building on these successes, they performed in recitals at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, at the Petit Palais in Paris, at the Radio France festival, at the Music Festival of Schiermonnikoog in the Netherlands.

Last season, Adèle Charvet participated in the Opera Academy and the Lied Academy of the Verbier Festival where she was able to benefit from master classes with Thomas Hampson, Thomas Quastoff, Sir Thomas Allen and Anna Tomowa-Sintow. She is the winner of the Honor Prize "Yves Paternot" of the Verbier Festival, honoring the most promising musician of the Festival Academy, where she will perform in 2019. Thomas Hampson also invited her to take part in his Academy from Lied to Heidelberg.

Adèle recently made her debut at the Royal Opera House in Carmen (Mercedes) and at the Paris Opera in Rigoletto (Countess Ceprano). She will sing Idomeneo (Idamant) with Opera Fuoco, sera Rosine in the Barber of Seville at the Opera of Bordeaux. In concert, she will sing the Nelson Mass at the Barbican Center with the London Symphony Orchestra as well as at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. She will be in recital at the Festival Tons Voisins d'Albi, the Musicales de Normandie, the De Singel in Antwerp and the Easter festival in Deauville.

In 2018 she founded with the soprano Mariamielle Lamagat, the tenor Mathys Lagier and the baritone Edwin Fardini the quartet L'Archipel, in residence at the Singer-Polignac Foundation.

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