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ADAMI Revelation, Jérôme Boutillier won the Second Prize at the 2019 Paris Opera Competition at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées.

Trained as a pianist and vocal coach, this very fine musician studied singing with Blandine de Saint-Sauveur at the Boulogne conservatory.

His career took off in June 2018, when he jumped in the production of La Nonne sanglante by Gounod at the Opéra Comique as Luddorf, a part he learned in 48 hours.

Then he sang the role of Morales (Carmen) at the Geneve Opera and got noticed by the critics as he sang the part of Bardi in the recreation of the very rare Dante by Godard in Saint-Etienne, before singing the role of Hagen (Sigurd by Reyer) at the Opéra National de Lorraine.

He sang his first Zurga (Pearlfishers) at the Toulon Opera in December 2019 and was Gaveston (La Dame Blanche by Boieldieu) at the Opéra Comique. During the pandemic, he sang Ralph (La Jolie Fille de Perth) and Zurga in a Bizet Gala at the Montpellier Opera under the direction of Laurence Equilbey, before returning to Zurga at the Marseille Opera, alongside Patrizia Ciofi and Julien Dran.

Then, he played his first Albert (Werther) in Montpellier, as well as his first Don Giovanni at the Nuits Lyriques de Marmande in August 2021.

During the 2021-2022 season, he returned to the Opéra Comique with the roles of Parker (Les Eclairs by Philippe Hersant) and Capulet (Roméo et Juliette). He then had a huge success with his first Hamlet at the Saint-Etienne Opera before taking on Oreste (Iphigénie en Tauride) at the Rouen Opera and returning to the Capitole with Starek (Jenufa). An important moment in his career, in June 2022, he sang his first Rodrigo di Posa (Don Carlo) at the Opéra de Marseille, before making his North American debut as Valentin (Faust) at the Opéra de Québec.

Recently, he recorded the role of Philoctète (Déjanire by Saint-Saëns) with the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic orchestra before singing Marcello(La Bohème) at the Capitole de Toulouse. He then made his debut at the Opéra Royal de Wallonie as the the Baron (La Vie Parisienne), which he also recorded with the Palazzetto Bru Zane. After covering Ludovic Tezier in the role of Hamlet, he made remarkable debuts at the Paris National Opera as the Duke of Verona (Roméo et Juliette). He sang also his first Germont (La Traviata) at the Seine Musicale in Paris with Mathieu Herzog and then Luddorf at the Opéra de Saint-Etienne.

Future projects include Nelusko (L’Africaine) and Germont at the Opéra de Marseille, as well as Escamillo (Carmen) at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, the Baron in Montpellier, Karnac (Le Roi d’Ys) in Budapest with the Palazzetto Bru Zane, Ben Saïd (Le Tribut de Zamora by Gounod) in Saint-Etienne, as well as his Italian debut with Albert in Genoa and his German debuts at the Semperoper in Dresden with Fieramosca (Benvenuto Cellini).