Anne-Lise Polchlopek, mezzo-soprano

Afer passionate violin, literature and languages studies, Anne-Lise learns lyric singing with Mireille Delunsch at the Lyon Natonal Superior Conservatory of Music and Dance and atends Ludovic Tézier, Yann Beuron and Karine Deshayes’ masterclasses. She will be member of the Lyon Natonal Opera House Studio during the upcoming season 2020-2021, performing ‘le Pâtre, la Chate, l’Écureuil’ in Ravel’s opera “L’Enfant et les Sortlèges”.

She was laureate of the Internatonal Competton of Marmande (2nd prize Mélodie, 2018), of the Internatonal Mélodies Competton of Gordes (2018), of the French Parisian Associaton New Talents (2019) and of the Royaumont Foundaton (2020). She belongs to the studio Opera Fuoco (David Stern) who with she debuted in Haendel (Beijing Music Festval 2019) and Mozart.

She performed ‘Marcellina’ in Mozart Le Nozze di Figaro (2020, Grange aux pianos, Opera Fuoco ) ‘Mère Marie de l’Incarnaton’ in Poulenc les Dialogues des Carmélites (2020, CNSMD, Lyon), ‘Zulma’ in Rossini l’Italiana in Algeri (2020, Clermont-Auvergne Opéra), ‘Amatre’ in Haendel Serse (2019, Beijing Music Festval),‘A. Brémond’ in Aboulker Les Enfants du Levant (2019, Lyon Natonal Opera House), ‘The Charming Prince’ in Massenet Cendrillon (2018, Lyon Natonal Opera House), ‘Mercédès’ in Bizet Carmen (2018, Vienna), ‘Dorabella’ in Mozart Cosi fan tute (2017, Luxembourg ; 2019, « cover » at Nice Opera House ).

In 2017/18, she sang with Ludovic Tézier at Lorraine Natonal Opera House, competed successfully for New Voices Competton at Lille and Massy Opera House, performed in Houston with guitarist Pierre Laniau a spanish-french original programme.

She worked with Marc Minkowski, Maxime Pascal, Enrique Mazzola, Guillaume Connesson, Lionel Sow, Hartmut Höll, Philippe Cassard, David Selig and Susan Manof.

She is supported by the Musical Sponsorship of the Societe Generale Group for the year 2020-2021.

In 2020, she becomes Artist in Residence at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel, in Waterloo, in the class of José van Dam & Sophie Koch.

Scholarship by an anonymous donor