Clément Debieuvre (France) Philène, un Berger, un Italien


Clément Debieuvre studied Baroque opera at Le Centre de Musique baroque de Versailles where he took part various concert and scenic performances in 2014 and 2015, including Messe à 4 choeurs M.-by Charpentier and Tancrède by Campra. He is also a graduate of Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Lille where he studied voice with Françoise Semellaz and early music interpretation with Dominique Vasseur. In 2017 he participated in L’Académie d’Ambronay with Paul Agnew and in March 2018 he came to Prague for the Akademie Versailles, studying with Benoît Dratwicki, Barbara Nestola and Chantal-Santon Jeffery. He is the laureate of the Baroque singing competition of the Royaumont Foundation (2016 and 2017).


In the past and current season he was part of the production Ballet royal de la nuit in collaboration with Ensemble Correspondances and Sébastien Daucé and with the same ensemble he will appear as Ixion in Charpentier’s La Descente d’Orphée aux Enfers. He will also perform Charpentier’s Te Deum with Concert Spirituel and Hervé Niquet and take part in a tour with Paul Agnew, appearing in the roles of Énée in Didon by Henri Desmarest and as Second Sailor in Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas. He appeared in recital of Britten’s works in the auditorim of the Musée d’Orsay in Paris and in a performance of Requiem by Jean Gilles under the baton of Skipa Sempého, at the Misteria Paschalia festival in Krakow. He also sang and St Mark’s Passion by Bach with Le Concert Etranger, in concerts in Italy and Switzerland and participated in a French tour with Concert Spirituel ane Hervé Niquet, performing the roles of Lycaste and Greek in Lully’s Les Amants magnifiques. In 2016 he sang, for example, Arnalta in Monteverdi’s L’incoronazione di Poppea with Matheus and J. C. Spinosi and was invited by Hervé Niquet.


His planned projects include the role of Le prince charmant in La Foret Bleue by Louis Aubert in a production prepared by the prestigious Atelier lyrique de Tourcoing and he will sing in Jephte by Michel Pignolet de de Montéclair in Budapest.