Lucie Peyramaure won four prizes at the Marmande International Singing Competition in August 2022, shortly after graduating from the National Conservatory of Music in Paris (CNSMDP). She continues to study with Frédéric Gindraux. The soprano won the Young Talent Prize at the International Singing Competition in Canari (Corsica) and is a laureate of the Meyer and Kriegelstein Foundations. She has participated in master classes given by Barbara Hanigan and Margreet Honig, among others. First stage roles were mezzo-soprano parts such as Mrs Grose ('The Turn of the Screw') or 1st Prioress ('Le Dialogue des Carmélites'). She then turned to the soprano repertoire, singing the title role in 'Alceste' as well as Marguerite ('La Damnation de Faust'), Ottavia ('Il Nerone') with the Académie Nationale de l'Opéra de Paris, 'La Perichole' at the Paris Opéra Comique and her debut concert at the Chorégies d'Orange and the International Music Festival of Cadaqués (Spain). Her concerts include Mozart's Requiem with the Contraste Ensemble, Dvorak's 'Stabat Mater' with the Atelier des Songes, Ravel's 'Chansons madécasses' at the Paris Conservatoire, Rossini's 'La Petite Messe solennelle' at the Potager du Roy Festival at the Palace of Versailles. Current projects include Freia ('Rheingold') and Helmwige ('Walküre') at Theater Basel, 'Iphigénie en Tauride' and Aza ('Manru') at Opera Nancy, 'La Périchole' at Opera Dijon, and a residency at the Fondation des Treilles.