Dorothée Voisine

Dorothée Voisine, mezzo-soprano, is a professor of singing, state-certified, as well as a holder of professional’s Upper National Diploma of the Music, in the Upper Pole of Paris Boulogne, in lyric singing. She teaches since 2013 Saint-Cloud and Saint-Gratien, and since September, 2016 within the Maitrise Populaire de l’Opéra Comique as professor of vocal technique.

An Artist with varied talents, we were able to hear her in Stabat Mater and Gloria de Vivaldi, in Martyr of Saint Sébastien de Claude Debussy in the role of the Twin 2, in the Stabat Mater de Pergolèse, Te Deum of Charpentier, Folk Songs de Bério and the Petite Messe Solennelle of Rossini.

In the field of the opera, she interpreted the role of the Zelatrice in Suor Angelica de Giacomo Puccini, the Cat in The Child and the Spells of Ravel, Cathos in the opera-ballet Perseus and Andromède de Jacques Ibert, of Miss Baggott in the opera The Little Sweep and Mrs Pike in Albert Herring de Benjamin Britten, of Mother Marie in the Dialogue of the Carmelites of Francis Poulenc, and Fortuna in the Incoronazione di Poppea de Monterverdi.

She approaches and appreciates also enormously the repertory of current musics (musical, jazz, French variety, etc.)

Since 2014, she occurs regularly with the baroque Ensemble Athénaïs managed by Laurence Pottier with whom she recorded a disc. She participated in the masterclasses of Jean-Philippe Lafont, Sylvia Sass and Thierry Pillon, Laurence Dale, Anne Grapotte, Brigitte Balleys, Dalton Baldwin, Irène Kudela and François Leroux.