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Joël Terrin

Perrückenmacher (Ariadne auf Naxos)

Joël Terrin studied piano before turning entirely to singing. He joined Frédéric Gindraux's class at the HEMU and worked with Jean-Philippe Clerc, Helmut Deutsch and David Jones. He will pursue his studies at Guildhall School in London at the beginning of the 2017 term.

On stage he has played the Cat and the Armchair in L’enfant et les sortilèges, the King and the Ogre in Le Chat botté by Cui, and der Weiser in Hin und zurück. He has performed Handel's Dixit dominus with the OCL, Israël en Égypte directed by Leonardo García Alarcón, and regularly performs Lied and French melody, his preferred repertoires.

At the Opéra de Lausanne : a cockney in My fair Lady (2015), Juanito in La Belle de Cadix (Route Lyrique 2016), un spirito in L’Orfeo (2016), Gontran, Urbain and Alfred in La vie parisienne (2016), Melchior in Amahl et les visiteurs du soir (2017).