A singer playing comedy and a singing actor, Rodolphe Briand embodies both. Without sacrificing his vocality and the sense of stage, Rodolphe has had an eclectic career for several years, which has led him, since 1994, from small theaters to the stages of the largest opera houses. Crowned in 1997 by the Concours International de Marseille, Rodolphe Briand has since participated in numerous productions and is particularly famous for his role as Guillot de Morfontaine at the Teatro Real de Madrid, in Munich with the Bayerischer Rundfunkorchester, at La Scala in Milan, at the Teatro Massimo de Palermo and in Opéras de Nantes/Angers. In April 1999 he was given the role of Falsacappa des Brigands by Offenbach in the production of Jérôme Deschamps in Bordeaux and Nancy, then that of Sancho in Mitch Leigh's L'Homme de la Mancha at the Liege Opera alongside José Van Dam's Don Quixote, then in Reims and Avignon. One of his most fond works is Quatre Valets des Contes by Hoffmann, who sang at the Opéra de Nancy but also at the Opéra National du Rhin, the Capitole de Toulouse, the Opéra de Monte Carlo, the Opéra de Pékin and La Scala in Milan, as well as at the Opéra de Paris. Another role that remains particularly in his heart is that of Remendado in Carmen, who plays three times at the Scala in Milan, at the Chorégies d'Orange, at the Fenice in Venice, at the Teatro Municipal in San Paolo. His temperament as an actor, his voice as a tenor are also honored in the roles of Bardolfo in Falstaff in Bordeaux, Strasbourg, Lausanne and Monte-Carlo along with Bryn Terfel and Trabuco a La Force du Destin à l'Opéra de Paris under the direction of Philippe Jordan then Joedans in La Fanciulla del West again at the Opéra Bastille and the role of Nick in the same work at the Opéra de Monaco.His future projects include a cover of L'Homme de la Mancha at the Avignon Opera, Tosca with Bryn Terfel, Manon and Les Contes d'Hoffmann in Monte Carlo and an international tour of La Flûte Enchantée directed by Ivan Fischer.