Anne-Sophie Duprels

Soloist, Soprano
She was born in Paris. She studied piano and singing at the Conservatoire National de Paris where she graduated from in 1998 with a First Prize in singing. Since then she has appeared in concert halls, festivals and lyrical theatres in France (Paris, Lyon, Strasbourg etc.), as well as in Great Britain, San Fransisco, Milan, Beijing, Buenos Aires, New Zealand, Lisbon, Geneva and elsewhere. Her repertoire includes, among others, roles from the operas: The Breasts of Tiresias [Les mamelles de Tirésias] (Thérèse), The Marriage of Figaro [Le nozze di Figaro] (Susanna), Ariadne On Naxos [Ariadne auf Naxos] (Νaias), Fidelio (Marceline), Le grand macabre (Amanda), La traviata (Violetta Valéry ), Così fan tutte (Fiordiligi), The Secret Marriage [Il Matrimonio Segreto] (Carolina), Benvenuto Cellini (Τeresa), Faust (Marguerite), The Human Voice [La voix humaine], Madama Butterfly (Cho-Cho-San) and the leading roles of the same name in Thaïs and Manon Lescaut. She has collaborated with a number of musical ensembles as well as important artists, such as David Mac Vicar, Renaud Doucet, Antony Mac Donald, Christopher Alden, Francesca Zambello and Stephen Barlow. The season 2006-07 she participated in the Greek National Opera production of The Brief Life[La Vida Breve], where she held the leading role of Salud.