Melody Louledjian

French of Armenian origin, Melody Louledjian began her musical career by studying piano at the Nice Conservatory where she obtained her diploma with unanimity. Very attracted by opera singing and the stage, she joined the Conservatoire National de Musique de Lyon where she studied with Françoise Pollet, then perfected her skills with Edith Mathis at the Hochschule de Vienne.

She has more than thirty roles in her repertoire. Among the leading roles in her repertoire, she has performed Violetta /La TraviataLucia /Lucia di LammermoorMusetta/Bohème and Norina /Don Pasquale. She is now tackling a more lyrical repertoire and made her debut at the Theater Dortmund in the great role of Amazily in Fernand Cortez by Spontini.

She performs on the great international stages: the Paris Opera, the Bayerisches Staatsoper in Munich, the Grand-Théâtre de Genève (where she is soloist of the Ensemble from 2017 to 2019), the theater of Reggio Emilia, the Opéra de Bordeaux, the Opéra Comique de Paris, the Opéra de Lausanne, Manille, Nice, Lille, the Alte Oper in Frankfurt, the Theater Dortmund...

She sings under the musical direction of conductors such as Mikko Frank, Michael Güttler, Roberto Benzi, Paul Daniel, Paolo Olmi, Raphael Pichon, Hervé Niquet, Marko Letonja, Paolo Arrivabeni, Gergely Madaras, Alexander Joël and works with many great directors such as Laurent Pelly, Richard Jones and Antony Mc Donald, Emma Dante, Thomas Joly, David Alden, Michel Fau, Joan Font, etc.

Considered one of the best French lyric sopranos of her generation, Melody Louledjian tackles the classical and contemporary repertoires with equal pleasure. She is regularly invited by the Ensemble Intercontemporain, the Ensemble Modern, Contrechamps, the Klangforum, at the Konzert Haus Berlin, the Tonhalle of Zürich, Düsseldorf, the Philharmonie of Paris, Cologne, etc., as well as in numerous international festivals.

She performs regularly in Recital and Concert, notably at the Chorégies d'Orange, the Auditorium of Lyon, the Maison de la Radio and La Cité de la Musique in Paris, the Radio Suisse Romande, New Year Festival Gstaad, etc.

Her discography includes La Damoiselle Elue of Debussy with the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France conducted by Mikko Franck, Ariettes à l'Ancienne, French Songs, Rossini in duet with Giulio Zappa for Klarthe Records, Fleurs in duet with pianist Antoine Palloc, Label Aparté, Elise/Les Dilettantes by Halevy, Klarthe Records, Laurette/Richard Coeur de Lion by Gretry, Label de l'Opera Royal de Versailles, Oenone/Phèdre by Lemoyne, Label Bru Zane, Chants de l'Aube et du Soir for Klarthe Records.

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