Regis Mengus
Regis Mengus

Baritone

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Régis Mengus
Régis Mengus

Baritone

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Regis Mengus
Regis Mengus

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Regis Mengus
Regis Mengus

Baritone

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Duo Sharpless Butterfly - R.Mengus-R.Hamada
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"Perdu, je suis perdu" Le Roi D'Ys Saint-Etienne - R Mengus-Saint-Etienne
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Biography

 

After studying at the CNR in Metz with Juan-Carlos Moralès Régis Mengus debuted at the Metz Opera

He has since sung on many French stages when he performed as Danilo (Die Lustige Witwe) at the Nice, Reims and Lausanne Opera Houses, Marcello (La Bohème)  in Reims and in Metz, Sharpless (Madama Butterfly) in Reims, the Husband (Les Mamelles de Tirésias) and the title-role of Hamlet at the Lausanne Opera, Karnac (Le Roi d’Ys) at the Saint-Étienne Opera, Valentin (Faust) in Massy, Saint-Etienne, Metz and Lausanne, Escamillo (Carmen) in Rennes, Albert (Werther) at the Opera du Rhin, Papageno (Die Zauberflöte) at the Opera de Tours, Escamillo (Carmen) at the Opera de Metz, Phanor (Gounod’s La Reine de Saba) and the title-role of Eugen Onegin at the Opera de Marseille.

More recently, he played Hoël (Dinorah ou le Pardon de Ploermel) at the Berlin Deutsche Oper, The Husband (Les Mamelles de Tirésias) and Ramiro (l'Heure Espagnole) in Oviedo, and Schaunard (La Bohème) in Marseille.

 

 

He will play  L'Horloge & le Chat (L'Enfant et les Sortilèges) at the Paris  Philharmonie, Escamillo (Carmen) at the Opera du Rhin, Bill (Quiet Place) at the Paris National Opera, Ourias (Mireille) in Metz, The Husband (Les Mamelles de Tirésias) at the Glyndebourne Festival, Christian Favre's Davel in Lausanne,..

 

Répertoire

 

BIZET-Les Pêcheurs de Perles-Zurga

BIZET-Carmen-Escamillo

DONIZETTI-Don Pasquale-Malatesta

GOUNOD-Faust-Valentin

LALO-Le Roi d’Ys-Karnac

LEHAR-Die Lustige Witwe-Danilo

MESSAGER-Véronique-Florestan

MOZART-Die Zauberflöte-Papageno

PUCCINI-La Bohème-Marcello

PUCCINI-Madame Butterfly-Sharpless

POULENC-Les Mamelles de Tirésias-Le Mari

RAVEL-L’Enfant et les Sortilèges-L’Horloge

THOMAS-Hamlet-Hamlet