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Born in 1998, Héloïse Poulet studied the clarinet before beginning to sing opera with Daniel Ottevaere, whose class she joined at the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris.

Alongside a degree in Musicology, she won the Prix du Centre Français de Promotion Lyrique and the Grand Prix Jeune Talent at the 5th edition of the Concours International Jeunes Espoirs d’Avignon.

In February 2019, she made her debut in the role of the First Lady in Mozart’s Magic Flute accompanied by the Valentiana Orchestra.

In October 2020, she won the Jeune Espoir prize at the International Lyric Art Competition in Vivonne, then, a year later, won the Grand Prix for Contemporary Music at the Georges Enesco International Competition and the First Grand Prix of the Georges Liccioni International Competition in Angers.

Spotted at her debut by composer Gabriel Yared, she performed alongside him in June 2018 at the Iitti Festival in Finland and also sang in November 2019 in La Baule at the sixth edition of the Festival du Cinéma et de la Musique de Film. In January 2021, she took part in the concert “from 37-2 to the English Patient, the cinema of Gabriel Yared” with the Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra, a concert broadcast live on France Musique and Arte Concert.

In the 2021-2022 season, she played the roles of Pamina and Papagena in the production of a play entitled A Magic Flute at the Théâtre Royal du Parc in Brussels, and also sang her first Susanna (Le Nozze di Figaro) at the Estivales Lyriques in Wissant.

The next season, she was the Page (Rigoletto) at the Opéra de Rouen and was hired by the Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie in Brussels as a cover for the role of Julie Follavoine (On purge bébé, creation by Philippe Boesmans).

In October 2023, she won the Fourth Prize at the “Voix Nouvelles” competition at the Opéra Comique.

She recently was again the Page at the Toulon Opera and was the Shepherdess and the Bat (L’Enfant et les Sortilèges) at the Opéra Grand Avignon, before singing them again at the Tours Opera.

She is also a laureate of the Véronique Davério Foundation and the Malvina and Denise Menda Foundation which support her studies.