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Haendel-Giulio Cesare-Tolomeo





After accordion studies in Avignon and a law degree, Rémy Brès-Feuillet studied opera singing in Marseille with Magali Damonte and in Aix-en-Provence with Mareike Schellenberger. He made his stage debut at the Théâtre des Calanques in Marseille, in Perm (Russia) and then at the Baltic House Festival in Saint Petersburg in the premiere of the contemporary opera "Barokko" from Marco Quesada, Marion Coutris & Serge Noyelle. With the latter and the Théâtre NoNo company, he is conducting research on the countertenor voice and its connexion to drama and contemporary creations, as part of original performances showing atypical scenographies (Les mariés de l'Apocalypse, Labyrinthe...). He works regularly with the french baroque ensemble Concerto Soave (Jean-Marc Aymes) at La Criée (Marseille) and at the Festival Musical de Namur in the roles of Trasimede (Admeto, G-F. Händel) and Giove (La Contesa de Numi, Caldara), as well as with Jean-Christophe Spinosi and the Ensemble Matheus. In addition, Rémy Brès-Feuillet receives in 2019 the first prize in French melody at the International Singing Competition of Marmande, as well as the young hope prize at the Cesti Wettbewerb of Innsbruck (Austria) in 2021. In the same year, he was awarded the Fondation Royaumont prize and joined the young artist program of Opera Fuoco headed by David Stern. Among his projects, Delio in C. Pallavicino's Amazone Corsara in Innsbruck (August 2022), the Triade in M. Quesada's BaroKKo in Vilnius (April 2023), Tolomeo in Giulio Cesare at the Leipzig Opera (June 2023), the title role in Handel's Flavio at the Bayreuth Baroque Festival (2023)...


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