tenor, Loïc Félix
Loïc Félix was noticed at a very young age by the Petits Chanteurs à la Croix de bois. He devoted himself to opera and studied at the CNSMD in Paris. His vocal and scenic ease allows him to perform in a very varied repertoire on the greatest French and European stages, from Mozart to Britten. Operetta is one of the favourite fields of this actor-tenor, he also sings in La Vie parisienne, Les Brigands, La Grande-Duchesse de Gérolstein, La Périchole, La Veuve joyeuse and Die Fledermaus. He works with directors such such as L. Morlot, M. Minkowski, P. Arrivabeni, F-X. Roth, D. Parry, P. Auguin, W. Christie, K. Ono and directors like D. McVicar, M. Makeïeff, J-F. Sivadier, J-L. Grinda, J-P. Scarpitta and C. Honored. He has sung La Favorite at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, L'Amour des trois oranges in Florence, Die Zauberflöte in Nice, Valence and Geneva, Lakmé, Le Nozze di Figaro, Turandot, Eugène Oneéguine in Montpellier, Eugène Oneéguine in Limoges and Tours, Lakmé in Avignon and Marseille, Hippolyte and Aricie and Carmen in Glyndebourne, Dialogues of the Carmelites in Lyon, Orphée aux Enfers in Marseille and at the Folies d'O, Barbe-Bleue in Nantes, Angers, Rennes and Le Mans, Tosca in Marseille, Fantasio at the Festival Radio-France in Montpellier and at the Opéra Comique, Roméo and Juliette de Berlioz in Toulouse and Stuttgart and Carmen in Venice. Among his projects: Baron Tzigane in Geneva, Werther and Barkouf in Strasbourg, at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, Dialogues des Carmélites in Bologna, Turandot, Die Zauberflöte and La Favorite in Marseille and Maître Péronilla with the Orchestre National de France.