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Mathys Lagier

Singer

Mathys Lagier began playing music with his father, who taught him the violin at the age of six. He began his singing studies in the class of Sophie Geoffroy de Chaume at the CRD in Pantin, which he continued at the CRR in Montpellier with Nicolas Domingues. In addition to his vocal studies, he undertook a license in musicology and obtained his diploma in 2015. It was that same year that he was admitted to the CNSMDP. 

In 2012, he joined the Pygmalion ensemble, directed by Raphaël Pichon, with which he performed at the Saint-Denis Festival, the Aix-en-Provence Easter Festival as well as in several French venues. In 2014, he joined the Accentus ensemble (directed by Laurence Equilbey) and participated in productions at the Philharmonie de Paris, the Seine Musicale, the Opéra de Rouen and the Mozarteum Grosser Saal in Salzburg. 

Passionate about the repertoire of lieder and melodies, he perfected himself in this genre with Anne le Bozec and Jeff Cohen. In 2017, he performed in recital at the Imperial Theater of Compiègne and at the Invalides for the Musical Season of the Musée de l'Armée. As part of the Young Talents season, he participated in February 2018 in a quartet concert around Schumann's work at the National Archives Museum.

Lately, he performed at the Festival d'Aix-en-Provence with the Pygmalion ensemble in The Magic Flute as well as in Dido and Aeneas.

Mathys is a member of the vocal quartet L'Archipel, in residence at the Singer-Polignac foundation, with Adèle Charvet, Edwin Fardini and Mariamielle Lamagat.