Alexandra MARCELLIER, soprano

Alexandra Marcellier was born in Perpignan, in 1992. She began violin at 6 years old. At 19, she devoted herself to lyrical singing and then joined the class of the soprano Maryse Castets at the Conservatory of Bordeaux, where she trained alongside Martine Marcuz, vocal coach of the National Opéra of Bordeaux. In January 2015, she won the Young Hope Award of the Les Amis du Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux international Singing Competition. 

She is then selected for three consecutive years at Silvana Bazzoni-Bartoli's Master-Class at the Gstaad Menuhin Festival in Switzerland. 

In February 2017, Alexandra won the Lège-cap Ferret Music Open Festival Competition and the Guest Artist Award in the 2018 season. In the same year, she won the Audience Award at the Robert Massard International Competition 2017, at the Opera de Bordeaux.

After on Alexandra won the 3rd Opera Prize, the Vienna University Prize and the Guest Artist Award at Carnegie Hall, New York, at the International Osaka Music Competition. In March 2018, she performed the role of Gabriel in Haydn's Creation. The same year Alexandra made her debut at the Opéra National de Bordeaux in Rossini's Stabat Mater under the direction of Salvatore Caputo. Shortly after, she sing the role of Eurydice in Glück's Orphée et Eurydice with the Ariana Company. 

Alexandra was invited to Carnegie Hall in New York at a gala and made her debut on this prestigious venue in April 2019. In May 2019 she sang Belinda's role in Didon and Aeneas at Purcell and the First Lady in Mozart's Thee Magic Flute of Mozart in two french festivals. 

Alexandra performs in January 2020 alongside the soprano Béatrice Uria-Monzon during a recital at Salle Gaveau in Paris. 

You can find her in May at the Opera de Bordeaux in the show Rubacuori, a show based on the Mozart Trilogy Da Ponte. 

In February 2021 she will play the role of the first Nymph in Rusalka by Dvorak at the Opera of Limoges. The same year Alexandra will sing the role of Cio-Cio-San in Madama Butterfly.