Cyrille Dubois


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Cyrille Dubois began his career at the Atelier Lyrique de l'Opéra de Paris, after being graduated of the Paris Conservatoire.

Considered to be one of the finest tenors of his generation, he has explored a wide spectrum of the repertoire, from Baroque to contemporary music, via Mozart and the French Opéra-comique, and has performed in Europe's greatest concert halls: "Hippolyte et Aricie" and "Falstaff" (Zurich), "Les Pêcheurs de perles" (Liège), "The Magic Flute", "Don Giovanni", "Alcina" & "the Makropoulos Affair" (Paris Opéra), "The Tales of Hoffmann" (Tokyo Bunkamara, Scala), "Don Pasquale" (Vienna Staatsoper), "Le Domino Noir" & "Fortunio" (Opéra-Comique), "Le Barbier de Séville", "La Voix humaine / Point d'orgue", "L'Elixir d'amour", "Così fan tutte", "Iphigénie en Aulide", "Lakmé", "La Flûte Enchantée" (Théâtre des Champs-Elysées), "Idomeneo" (Capitole de Toulouse) and more.

Her great passion remains Lied and Mélodie, notably with the pianist Tristan Raës. Her discography includes ‘So Romantique! O lieb! - Lieder by Liszt, ‘Jouissons de nos beaux ans’ with the Orfeo Orchestra conducted by György Vashegyi (International Classical Music Awards in the Baroque Vocal category, April 2024), Britten's Canticles, and the great Fauré complete works.