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Marie Perbost

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Encouraged from an early age by her singer mother, Marie Perbost joined the Maîtrise de Radio-France where she chefs such as Kurt Masur and Myung Wung Chung. Received at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris, she received instruction there from Alain Buet and Cécile de Boever.

Marie Perbost perfected herself for the repertoire of Lied and melody with Anne le Bozec. With pianist Joséphine Ambroselli, her privileged partner in this artistic adventure, she received the special prize of "Amis du Lied" at the international competition of Lied in Enschede (Netherlands) in 2013, winners of the international competition "Les Saisons de la Voix" de Gordes in 2014 and Grand Prix of the Nadia and Lili Boulanger international competition in 2015.

At the opera she takes on roles as different as Blanche de la Force in The Carmelite dialogues, Despina's Cosi Fan Tutte, Elisetta in The secret marriage of Cimarosa or The Young Woman in Reigen from Boesmans. She won the “Center Français de Promotion Lyrique” prize at the Opéra Grand Avignon competition and was a finalist at the 2016 Geneva International Competition. She was also very attracted by the repertoire of the operetta which she loved to defend on stage . In 2016, she was Lyric Revelation of ADAMI.

She is chosen by Lionel Sow in the Neues Liebeslieder Walzer from Brahms to the Philharmonie de Paris, by Emmanuelle Haïm at the Invalides or by Philippe Pierlot for the Passion according to Saint John from Bach to Notre Dame de Paris. She is also the guest of prestigious festivals such as the Folles jours de Nantes, the Festival de Froville, Festival Mozart, La Chapelle royale de Versailles, La Péniche Opéra, Festival du Périgord noir, Festival de la Vézère, Pablo Casals festival.

As a member of the Paris Opera Academy, we find her in the programming of the Amphitheater of the Bastille Opera throughout the 2017/2018 season, as well as at La Folle Journée de Nantes.

Among all her roles in the opera and in concert we can mention Pamina from the Magic Flute, Marzelline from Fidelio, Tullia in Il Mondo Alla Roversa (Galuppi), Lucine in the Aunt Caroline's Will (Roussel), the Requiem from Campra, La Folie in Plataea ; in Salzburg, Tourcoing, Tours and Paris.

Committed to the dissemination of contemporary creation, she is a founding member and solo Soprano of Ensemble 101, a contemporary a cappella musical theater collective that creates and performs her own works. The ensemble has won numerous French awards for contemporary creation and is currently in residence at Villa Arson in Nice until 2019.

Marie Perbost is the beneficiary of a grant from the Fondation l'Or du Rhin (Fondation de France), the Meyer Foundation and the Kriegelstein Foundation.

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