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ELODIE HACHE - Soprano

Elodie Hache

Elodie Hache studied singing with Alexandra Papadjiakou. She was a finalist of the Montserrat Caballé Competition (2011), the Viñas Competition in Barcelona (2013) and an award-winner of such competitions as Alcamo and Vivonne.

She spent two seasons at the Atelier Lyrique of the Paris National Opera where she sang such parts as Arminda from La Finta Giardiniera, Clarice from Il Mondo della Luna, Donna Elvira from Don Giovanni, The Female Chorus from The Rape of Lucretia, extracts from Phèdre in Rameau’s Hippolyte et Aricie, and she took part in many concerts (Louvre Auditorium, Amphithéâtre Bastille, Palais Garnier).

At the Paris Opera, she was invited back to sing Sandmännchen from Hänsel & Gretel, La Grande Sacerdotessa from Aida, Ines from Il Trovatore and took part int he production of Les Huguenots. She also was the understudy for the role of Chimène from Massenet's Le Cid.

A regular guest at the Opéra de Saint-Etienne, she sang Fiordiligi from Cosí fan tutte, Vitellia from La Clemenza di Tito (also in Mulhouse), Salomé from Hérodiade, Blanche de la Force from Dialogues des Carmélites (also in Caen), Anna from Nabucco and La Baronne de Gondremarck from La Vie Parisienne.

Her repertoire includes such parts as the title-role of Armide by Lully (Innsbruck), Florise from La Coquette Trompée by Dauvergne (Nice), Diane and Iphigénie from Iphigénie en Tauride (Angers), Ortlinde from Die Walküre (Rennes), Liú from Turandot (Rennes), Elena from Mefistofele by Boito (Krakow), Micaëla from Carmen (Chartres), her debut as Violetta from La Traviata during the summer of 2021 (Linières Festival) and her debut in the title-role of Norma at the Immling Festival during summer 2022.

In the concert field, she sang the Verdi Requiem in Saint-Etienne, Rossini’s Stabat Mater in Chartres, Dvorak’s Te Deum and D-Mass in Marseille, Harawi at the Messiaen Festival and in a staged version in Limoges, the title-role in Haendel's Athalia with the Ensemble Diderot in Herblay, Les Chansons Madécasses by Ravel with instrumentalists from the orchestra of the Paris Opera, a Verdi-gala with the Orchestre de la Nouvelle Europe, a series with the Limoges Opera Orchestra, a 'Rameau/Gluck/Leclair' program with the Normandy Orchestra. She sang a program "Rossini in Paris" (Angers and Nantes) and took part in the series Ça va mieux en le chantant in the operas in Angers, Nantes and Rennes.