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The french soprano Pauline Feracci won many international prizes, including the First Prize, the Public Prize and the Lied Prize during the International Lyric Art Competition of Vivonne in 2014. She also won the CFPL Prize during the Saisons de la Voix in Gordes in 2015. In 2016 she received the Public Prize at the Arles International Competition and she won the Second Prize at the International Lyric Competition of Corsica in 2017.
On stage she has sung roles such as Papagena in Die Zaüberflote at the Opera of Clermont-Ferrand, and Micaela in Carmen in Avignon. She also sang Lisak in La petite renarde rusée by Janacek at the Opéra National de Montpellier, Belinda in Didon et Enée by Purcell in Châtel-Guyon and Salomé in San Giovanni Battista by Stradella at the Périgord Noir Festival.
Other roles have included Marguerite in Le Petit Faust by Hervé at the Théâtre de Thouars, then Kate Pinkerton in Madame Butterfly by Puccini, at the Opera of Clermont-Ferrand.
In 2019 she was a Brautjungfern in Der Freischütz directed by Laurence Equilbey at the Barbican Center in London, at the Théâtre des Champs Elysées, the Theater an der Wien and the Opera de Rouen.
In addition, she regularly performs recitals in various festivals and theaters. She is often accompanied by Arnaud Tibère-Inglesse, with whom she has worked for the last ten years, as well as Paulo Meirelles from Brazil, with whom she enjoys experimenting with canções brasileiras and french melodies.
She has collaborated with many prestigious ensembles such as Accentus, Exosphère, La Tempête, Les Nouveaux Caractères and Les Arts Florissants. She was often given solo pieces to perform in works such as The Messiah (Handel), Die Schöpfung (Haydn), Requiem (Fauré), and La Petite Messe Solennelle by Rossini.
In 2019-2020 she debuted at the Opera of Avignon and the Royal Opera of Versailles, where she sang Papagena (Die Zaüberflöte, Mozart) conducted by Hervé Niquet.