Camille Scavelli

Camille Scavelli began studying piano at the age of 4. When 18, she started to play organ with Stéphane Bois and later, began lyrical singing in Anne Fondeville’s class at the Toulouse Regional Conservatoire. She was awarded 3 Music Diplomas in Musical Theory (2007), Organ (2012) and Lyrical Singing (2013). She also graduated with a Bachelor in Arts in Musicology at the University.

In 2009 Camille was admitted to the Choir of Théâtre du Capitole de Toulouse to sing Puccini’s Tosca and then Turandot in 2015. From 2012 on she perfected at the Paris Regional Conservatoire in organ and lyrical singing. As a soloist singer, Camille sang with orchestra Mendelssohn’s Psaume 42, Berlioz’s Les Nuits d’été at UNESCO in Paris or with piano the Wagner’s Wesendonck lieder in salle Cortot. She also sang more contemporary music such as Jean Guillou’s Andromeda for Soprano and Organ in Paris’ St. Eustache church. In 2016 the lyrical Soprano was admitted to the Toulouse’s Arts Superior Institute to finish her Master in Arts’s Degree and a State Diploma of Lyrical Singing Professor with Jacques Schwarz.

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