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Céline Laly

Her vocal studies in Rome and Vienna as well as at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris, then her studies at the CNIPAL, led Céline Laly to perfect her vocal skills with Thomas Quasthoff, Renata Scotto, Kiri Te Kanawa, Marjana Lipovsek and Ann Murray. Winner of the 2011 Concurso Internacional de Canto Montserrat Caballé, Celine is personally encouraged by the artist. This meeting will be decisive.

In addition to her stage and operatic roles, she performs as a soloist with several ensembles and also collaborates with Indian dancer Mallika Sarabhai on an elaborate project at the Darpana Academy of Performing Arts (Ahmedabad - India). A passionate chamber musician, it is perhaps towards the repertoire of melody and song that her musical temperament carries her most spontaneously. His collaboration with musicians and actors such as Pascal Amoyel, Emmanuelle Bertrand, Emmanuel Christien, Maguelone Parigot, Audrey Vigoureux, Nathalie Dang, Alexandra Soumm, Didier Sandre, Damien Roussineau, Agnès Adam... gives rise to very personal musical and literary projects. In 2017, Celine Laly founded the TriO Sélectif with Emmanuelle Brunat (clarinets) and Maxime Echardour (percussion), whose show Cabaret Bricolé entered the musical theatre of G. Aperghis, T. Johnson and J.P Drouet.

Finally, holder of the Certificate of Aptitude for Lyric Singing, she has been teaching since 2014 at the Conservatoire Maurice Ravel in Paris, and is regularly solicited as a teacher, tutor in pedagogy training or jury.