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Julie Prola

Julie Prola

Soprano

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Biography

Julie started to sing when she was eight years old in a choir before integrating the Maitrise de Paris directed by Patrick Marco. During that period, she attended Mrs Janine Reiss's courses.

 In 2008, she was admitted in the Département pour Jeunes Chanteurs in Florence Guignolet's class where she obtained her DEM (in 2012) and her Prix de Perfectionnement Lyrique (in 2014). Julie is now studying at the National Conservatory of Paris with Malcolm Walker.

In 2012, she sang the cantatas for solo soprano by Debussy at the Musée d'Orsay of Paris and did a Mozart recital with the Orchestre National de Lille in 2013 directed by Jean-Claude Casadesus.

In 2013, she also played the roles of Suor Genovieffa (Suor Angelica, Puccini) and Fiordiligi (Cosi Fan Tutte, Mozart) directed by Pierre Michel Durand.

In 2014, she was one of the solists in the Petite Messe Solennelle by Rossini and played the parts of Donna Anna (Don Giovanni, Mozart) and Euridice (Orphée et Eurydice, Gluck) directed by Henri Chalet. In April, conducted by David Stern, she played the role of Fiordiligi in opera Cosi Fanciulli, creation of Nicolas Bacri, and Dido (Dido and Eneas, Purcell) in Shangai Baroque Festival. 

Last spring, she participated to the Concert Tremplin Jeunes Chanteurs at the Opera Grand Avignon, stage-directed by Nadine Duffaud. In April 2015, conducted by Olivier Holt, she was Eurydice again, at the Philarmonie of Paris. In February 2016, she makes a recital at the Opera Grand Avignon with the mezzo-soprano Ambroisine Bré and the pianist Elisabeth Brussels; in May she replayed Fiordiligi (Cosi Fanciulli, Bacri) with Opera Fuoco directed by David Stern, at the André Malraux Theater for the International Envolées Lyrique Festival.

In August 2016, She will be Altisidore (Don Quichotte chez la Duchesse, Boismortier) with the Concert Spirituel directed by Hervé Niquet at the MA Festival (Brugges); puis replayed the roles of Katherine (Kiss me Kate, Cole Porter) and Dido ( Dido & Aeneas, Purcell) respectively in Levallois Perret with the stage director Ned Grujic and in Xiamen, in China.