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Cyrille Dubois

Cyrille Dubois

Born: 1985, Ouistreham

Nationality: French

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Born in 1985 in Ouistreham, the French tenor Cyrille Dubois sang as a treble in the Maîtrise de Caen and went on to study at the Paris Conservatoire before joining the studio of the Opéra National de Paris. He is particularly in demand for high-lying French roles such as Rameau’s Hippolyte and Acanthe, Offenbach’s Fortunio, Horace in Auber’s Le domino noir and Ruodi in Rossini’s Guillaume[ Tell, though his repertoire also encompasses Italian coloratura roles such as Don Ramiro (La cenerentola) and Narciso in Il Turco in Italia.

Dubois’s discography includes numerous rarities and world premiere recordings, such as Salieri’s Tarare and [Les Horaces[/]I with Christophe Rousset and Les Talens Lyriques, Halévy’s La Reine de Chypre, and Félicien David’s Le Désert, plus Iopas on John Nelson’s multi-award-winning recording of Berlioz’s Les Troyens on Erato and Nadir on the world premiere recording of the original version of The Pearl Fishers.

Further Reading: Cyrille Dubois

Video Interview, Cyrille Dubois on Fauré and treasures of the French Baroque

Following his victory at the Gramophone Awards earlier this month, the French tenor discusses his winning recording of Fauré's complete songs with Tristan Raës - and shares some insights into Jouissons de nos beaux ans!, released in September on Aparté.

Interview, Cyrille Dubois on So Romantique!

The French light lyric tenor explains how he found his operatic niche as a lover rather than a fighter - and discusses his new album on Alpha Classics, featuring rarities by Louis Clapisson, Charles Luce-Verlet and Théodore Dubois alongside one or two old favourites...

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