Alice Duport-Percier

Daughter of musician parents, Alice Duport-Percier grew up in a rich musical environment and quickly showed a desire to sing. She started choral singing in the conservatory of Saint-Priest, and then entered the youth choir of the opera of Lyon. There she sang in many operas such as Tchaikovsky’s The Queen of Spades, Mozart’s Don Giovanni, or Berg’s Lulu. She continued her vocal training with Claire Marbot, Bruno Boterf, Anne Delafosse, Monique Zanetti and Robert Expert.
She specialized in early music at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse of Lyon.
She was demi-finalist of the baroque competition, "Concours Corneille" in Rouen on 2017.
She is currently finishing her master’s degree and sings as a soloist with many ensembles : Libera me, Kapsber’girls, the duo Darshan and Concerto Soave.
She has a degree in music teaching and teaches singing to groups at the artistic center “Les allumés de la Lanterne” in Lyon. Alice is curious about every style and approach of music, thus exploring a wide repertoire, academic and popular, from medieval music to contemporary pop.

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