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Emmanuel Hasler began his professional training at the CMBV (Centre de musique baroque de Versailles). He then joined the National Conservatory of Paris (CNSM) and decided one year later to study at the University of Montreal (UDEM) with the Canadian tenor Richard Margison.

After obtaining a master’s degree, he pursued a doctorate in performance, supported by fondations and donors such as the Anne-Marie Trahan, George-Cedric Ferguson, Abbé Charles-Émiles Gadbois, Azrielli and Louise Roy scholarships.

On stage he sang roles as Lysander (Midsummer Night’s Dream), Orphée (Orphée aux Enfers), Adorio (Les Indes Galantes), Ferrando (Cosi fan Tutte), Raoul de Gardefeu (La Vie Parisienne), Idomeneo (Idomeneo Re di Creta), Don Jose (La Tragédie de Carmen) Eisenstein (Die Fledermaus) at the University of Montréal, Gherardo (Gianni Schicchi) à l’Institut Canadien d’Art Vocal.

Emmanuel Hasler is also well known for his sacred music interpretation, notably in Haendel’s Messiah and Puccini’s Missa di Gloria at the Montreal St Andrew & St Paul Church, Dvorak’s  Stabat Mater in Montréal, Bach’s Johannes Passion at the  Bach Festival of Montréal under Julian Prégardien’s baton.

He is also interested in the world of Lied and melody, in especially Schubert's Der Winterreise (with Francis Perron at the Piano and the Flak-José Navas company). Furthermore, he participated in the complete recording of Massenet’s Melodies with ATMA Classic.


He is currently preparing the role of Martigny (Théodore Dubois’s Miguela) at Festival Classica, Gustave (Offenbach’s Pomme d’Api) at the Québec Summer Festival and Arturo (French version of Lucie de Lamermoor) for his debuts with Opera de Québec.

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