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Mariamielle Lamagat

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Following the family tradition, Mariamielle Lamagat began her musical studies at the Brive-la-Gaillarde Conservatory from early childhood. She began piano-jazz in the class of Charles Balayer and percussion with Marc-Antoine Millon. She then entered the singing class of the Conservatory of Limoges as well as the writing and analysis class. During these years, she practiced different vocal styles under the direction of Thierry Stalano (Alauzeta: Youth orchestra of the country of Brive), Patrick Mallet (Young choir of Limoges), Arnaud Capelli (Choir Gaudeamus) or even Jean-Michel Hasler (Camerata Brive's voice).

In 2013, she joined the Baroque Music Center of Versailles where she had the opportunity to work under the direction of Olivier Schneebeli, Hervé Niquet, Christophe Rousset and even Sofi Jeannin. In August 2015, she performed with the Ensemble Correspondances, conducted by Sébastien Daucé.

In September 2015, she entered the National Conservatory of Paris (CNSMDP) where she learned the latest repertoire, without abandoning her primary passion, baroque music. She is accompanied in this by her teachers Malcolm Walker and Rosa Dominguez.

She also meets personalities such as Emmanuelle Haim, Benoit Haller, Florence Guignolet. In addition, she discovers a vocation for the art of the stage, in particular in the exercise of style of "10 minutes" directed by Vincent Vittoz and Charlotte Bonneu.

In September 2017, as part of an Erasmus exchange, she entered the Royal Academy of Music in London.

In August 2018, she won third prize in the competition Innsbrücker Festwochen der Alten musik and is currently continuing his last year of study at the Conservatoire National de Paris.

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

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