B i o g r a p h y
Born into a French-Italian family, Harmonie Deschamps is an Opera Singer and Actress. She studied singing and drama from an early age. In 2017, she got her Masters in the Vocal Program at the world renowned National Superior Conservatory of Paris.
Harmonie is a versatile and creative artist and performs in France and abroad in many projects of Opera, Operetta, Early and Polyphonic Music, but also Musicals.
From an early age she's been involved in creating music-theatrical shows, and is directing several projects with Lilanoor Ensemble (Buried Treasures, Sangam, Confluences...).
She enjoys performing and conducting workshops abroad, especially in India, with the support of the French Embassy and TNMF (Tales of the Night, Songs of the Heart, Paris to Broadway, The Art of French Melody…).
She's notably performed La serva Padrona (Zerbine) by Pergolesi (Reims Opera House), Armide (Phénice) by Gluck directed by Marc Minkowski (Philarmonie de Paris), Orfeo Crossing the Ganges (Proserpina) based on Monteverdi's Orfeo (Arsenal of Metz), Il Matrimonio Segreto (Carolina) by Cimarosa, staged by Julien Lubek and Cécile Roussat, Offenbach’s La vie Parisienne (Pauline) (Bordeaux Opera House…) and The Great Mass in C minor (Soprano 2 solo) by Mozart (Rennes and Nantes Opera Houses).
In the coming 3 years, amongst other projects, she will tour in France and India with her creations (Sangam, Confluences, Quand on vous aime comme ça...), collaborate with Les Lunaisiens Ensemble, (L'oreille à tiroirs, and The Magic Flute by Mozart ...) and Tarentule Ensemble (Quarto libro di madrigali and Lezioni di tenebre by Gesualdo). She'll sing in the Premiere of Padre by Kanako Abe, and will be "Mary Poppins" at the Theâtre du Châtelet in Paris (Chatelet Musical Club).
She co-founded the Lilanoor Center for Voice and Music, opened in January 2022 in Delhi, India.