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Bonnet Cécile

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Holder of a master's degree in British language and civilization, Cécile Bonnet turned to a musical career, enrolling in professional placement training programme at the Centre National d’Insertion Professionnel pour l’Art Lyrique (CNIPAL, Marseilles). At the end of this training, she began appearing regularly in a varied repertoire: opera, oratorio, and recital (French art song and Lieder) whilst continuing advanced study with Noëlle Barker in Paris and London.

            She has participated in numerous master classes with renowned artists such as Barbara Bonney, Gundula Janowitz, François Le Roux, Christa Ludwig, Françoise Pollet and Rachel Yakar, and for two years was taught by Françoise Tillard (mélodies and Lieder).
On the stage she has interpreted the title role in Mozart's La Finta giardiniera, Dido in Dido and Aeneas (Purcell), Rowan in The Little Sweep (Britten), the Countess in Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt's French translation of The Marriage of Figaro (Mozart), Fiordiligi in Così fan tutte (Mozart) at the Herblay Theatre and on tour, particularly at the Sully-sur-Loire Festival and in Shanghai, the Fairy in Cendrillon (Pauline Viardot), the title role in Socrate (Satie) with the Compagnie Thor in Belgium and France, Madame Gobineau in The Medium (Menotti) with the Atelier Lyrique de Franche Comté, and Micaëla in La Tragédie de Carmen (Bizet/Constant).

In concert, Cécile has sung Haydn's The Seasons and Creation, Pergolesi's Stabat Mater, Mozart's Mass in C and Exsultate, jubilate, the Verdi Requiem...

Invited by the Plymouth Symphony Orchestra, she performed Strauss's Four Last Songs and Canteloube's Chants d’Auvergne in England and in Brest (Brittany).

Cécile appears regularly in recital in France and abroad and is the soprano of the Ensemble Ophrys. She was seen in a programme of Jean-François Zygel's La Boîte à Musique on French television, devoted to Mozart.

She won the prize for the Interpretation of the French Repertoire at the International Lyric Art Festival in Vivonne and the highest distinction at the first International Competition of Interpretation of French Art Song in Toulouse, presided over by François Le Roux who invited her to give a recital centred on Messiaen (Poèmes pour Mi) at the Académie Francis Poulenc in Tours.

Cécile teaches voice at the Bondy Conservatory, outside of Paris.


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