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Graduated from the National Paris Conservatory, ADAMI’s Classical Revelation, Matthieu Lécroart performs on prestigious theaters and concert venues, in France and abroad (London, Brussels, Geneva, Madrid, Vienna, Budapest, Berlin, Delhi, Shanghai, Tokyo, Chicago, New York…).

His vast and varied repertoire includes the parts of RigolettoGermont (La Traviata), Figaro (The Barber of Seville), Narciso (Il Turco in Italia), Don Giovanni and Leporello (Don Giovanni), Figaro and Bartolo (Le Nozze di Figaro), Don Alfonso (Così fan tutte), Papageno and Sprecher (Die ZauberflöteValentin (Faust), Escamillo (Carmen), Athanaël (Thaïs), Golaud (Pelleas and Melisande), Mephistopheles (The Damnation of Faust) …

He recently played Don Diègue during the revival of Chimène ou Le Cid from Sacchini on tour with ARCAL, as well as King Hilpéric in Frédégonde (Saint-Saëns) at the Ho Chi Minh City Opera (Vietnam) under the baton of Patrick Souillot. He sang also the title role of Raoul (Barbe-Bleue by Grétry) at the Trondheim Baroque Festival (Norway) and the roles of ThierryJavelinot and the Jailer in the Dialogues of the Carmelites at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, in Caen and Bologna. He obtained also a great success with the roles of Célestin and Floridor in Hervé’s Mam’zelle Nitouche in Tours and Toulouse.

Recently, he was Don Fabrice in Offenbach’s Maître Péronilla at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées with the Palazzetto Bru Zane, before singing Gewihr in d’Indy’s Fervaal at the Montpellier Festival.

This season, he played Antonio in the new production of Le Nozze di Figaro by David Gray at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, as well as the Speaker (Die Zauberflöte) in Avignon and Versailles, and Publio (La Clemenza di Tito) at the Liceu of Barcelona.

Among his projects : Zuniga (Carmen) in Monte-Carlo, the King V’lan (Offenbach’s Le Voyage dans la Lune) in Montpellier, Tours and Compiègne, as well as Sciarrone (Tosca) in Lille.


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