Marianne Miagat

Marianne Miagat – soprano

Born in Berlin of Franco-German parents, Marianne started her musical education at age 11, taking part in the choir and the orchestra of the Junges Ensemble Berlin where she became a soloist. Then followed appearances at the Philharmonie and the Hochschule der Künste in Berlin and in numerous tours in Europe and the USA.
Receiving her diploma from the conservatoire (CRR) of Reims where she studied with Jacques Herbillon, she continued her studies with Yva Barthélémy, Jane Streeton in London as well as Kora Kanne-Meyer in
Although classically trained, Marianne has always maintained a very varied repertoire. En 1990 for example, she has been awarded at the International music Competition Maria Canals in Barcelona, sang in Mel Howard’s Musical Production “Cats” as well as Purcells’ King Arthur in Spain.
Speaking four languages and interested in very diverse musical worlds, she has recorded Opera arias under the baton of Olivier Granjean, Lieder with the pianist Nicolas Diatikin, Medieval music with the Ensemble Kantika as well as film music. Her musical Eclecticism allows her to work in both sacred music and works of the 20th Century .
Since 1998 Marianne has worked regularly with the Broadway Musical Company during their many tours of Japan.
In parallel with her career as a soloist, Marianne also teaches: as well as summer schools and Master classes in France, Belgium or Italy and teaches currently both at the Maîtrise de Paris at the conservatoire (CRR) of Paris as well as at the conservatoire (CCM) of Puteaux.