She will be Sophie this fall at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées and at the Opéra de Lyon in a concert version of Werther, starring Simon Keenlyside and Stéphanie D’Oustrac.
In Versailles, Florie will sing in concert on multiple occasions during season 2020-2021, notably at the Chapelle Royale for Fauré’s Requiem, Händel’s Theodora (Theodora) under the direction of Hervé Niquet, Couperin’s Les Leçons des Ténèbres under Stéphane Fuget and at the Opéra Royal in Le Destin du Nouveau Siècle by Campra ( La Paix ) under Maestro Patrick Bismuth.
In addition, Florie will offer a solo recital Opéra-Comique (arias from 18th century) with conductor Gaétan Jarry that will be recorded by the label Château de Versailles Spectacles. Still on the concert scene, she will be interpreting Michaëla in Aix-en-Provence for a Carmen Gala with Maestro Jérémie Rhorer, Rinaldo in Salieri’s Armida under Christophe Rousset at the Philharmonie de Paris, at the Théatre de Caen and at the Theater an der Wien (recording for Aparte Music label), the title role of Saint-Saëns’ Phryné at the Auditorium du Musée du Louvre & Rouen with Palazzetto Bru Zane, and she will sing in the Mozart’s Requiem at Théâtre des Champs-Élysées and in Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater at the Maison de la Radio with Le Concert de la Loge (Julien Chauvin).
On the Opera stage, we will hear Florie in Falstaff (Nanetta) at the Opéra de Bordeaux, conducted by Paul Daniel and staged by Laurent Pelly and in the role of Frasquita (Carmen)* at the Opéra-Comique de Paris under Long Yu and directed by Andreas Homoki. (* Production rescheduled due to COVID 19).