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Jeanne Zaeppfel

Lyrical Singer

Born in Paris in 1992 into a family of musicians, Jeanne Zaepffel learned piano at an early age and entered the Maîtrise de Paris of the C.R.R.R. directed by Patrick Marco at the age of 11. In 2010, British director Peter Brook gave her the role of Pamina in "Une Flûte Enchantée", which she performed at the Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord, then in Europe (Barbican Center in London, Piccolo Teatro in Milan) and at the Lincoln Center in New York in July 2011.

 

She holds a Bachelor's degree in Modern Literature and a Master's degree in Theatre Studies from the Université Paris Sorbonne Nouvelle, and is also studying opera singing at the C.R.R. de Paris in a specialized cycle.

 

From March to May 2014, she was hired as assistant director at the Montpellier National Opera and has just created new creations mixing texts and music at the Grignan Correspondence Festival, performed by the ATP of Aix-en-Provence.