B i o g r a p h y

         Born into a French-Italian family, Harmonie Deschamps studied singing and drama from an early age. In 2017, she got her Masters in the Vocal Program at the National Superior Conservatory of Paris with Valérie Guillorit (where she also studied with Malcolm Walker).

 

With a large repertoire for Young Lyric Soprano - from Opera to Sacred or Contemporary Music, Operetta and Musical Theatre - she has performed in several productions (notably, from 2016 to 2019, she played the title role in La serva Padrona by Pergolesi (Reims’s Opera House), "Phénice" in Armide by Gluck directed by Marc Minkowski (Philarmonie de Paris), "Proserpina" in Orfeo Crossing the Ganges based on Monteverdi's Orfeo (Arsenal of Metz), "Carolina" in Il Matrimonio Segreto by Cimarosa, with the stage directors Julien Lubek and Cécile Roussat, “Pauline” in Offenbach’s La vie Parisienne (Bordeaux’s Opera House…), and sung the Soprano 2 solo part in The Great Mass in C minor by Mozart (Rennes and Nantes' Opera Houses).

She has sung several masterpieces of Early Music (Bach, Monteverdi, Haendel…) with the Ensemble “Akadêmia” in several renowned French Festivals and with the famous French Ensemble “Les Musiciens du Louvre”.

Harmonie enjoys performing and doing workshops abroad, as in India (Tours “Tales of the Night” and "Songs of the Heart” 2016-17…), in Japan (IMS Festival in Kyoto 2016), Prague (Akademie Versailles with the Collegium Marianum 2019)…

In addition, she has studied Art Song with Anne Le Bozec, Susan Manoff, Karolos Zouganelis... and performs with the pianists Michalis Boliakis (their duet was finalist at the International Competition of Lied and Melodie Nadia and Lili Boulanger 2015), Valeria Suchkova and Adriano Spampanato.

 

In the coming 3 years, amongst other porjects, she will perform with the Ensemble Les Lunaisiens, notably the opera for children L'oreille à tiroirs (in several Opera Houses and Concert Halls in France), and her newborn Lilanoor Ensemble ("Noces" and  “Buried Treasures, Musical Fairytales from India and Europe) and sing in the World Premiere of the Opera Padre by Kanako Abe (Marseille and Toulon's Opera Houses).