Amel Brahim-Djelloul sang on French and European stages, in particular in the Opera of Paris, the Bordeaux National Opera and Concertgebouw of Bruges, the Big Theatre of Limoges, the Orchestra of Essen, the London Wigmore Hall and the Vienna Minoritenkirche.
She began her musical lessons with the study of the violin before beginning the singing. She benefited from courses of Abdelhamid Belferouni, Noëlle Barker, Frantz Petri, Peggy Bouveret and Malcolm Walker. She is graduated from the CNSMD of Paris. In 2007, she was nominated for the category “Révélation Lyrique des Victoires de la Musique”.
She sings regularly with the pianist Nicolas Jouve or with the group Amedyez, and she participates to events with the aim of making the audience discover classical music such as the “Violon sur le Sable” Festival in Royan or the “Deux Rives” concert in Strasbourg.
She has developed the program of her first record around the topic of 1001 Nights. In her following record, Amel presents pieces from the Arab-Andalusian heritage, which adapted by her brother, the violinist and musicologist Rachid Brahim-Djelloul.
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