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Pier-Yves Têtu

Blind (La Chauve-souris)

Pier-Yves Têtu studied singing with Paul Guigue at the Grenoble and Nevers conservatories, with Vivianne Zlomke-Dallinges, a disciple of Rudolf Knoll, and learned alot from many different choir masters. He also studied harmony and counterpoint with François Lusignan, alongside his study of classical accordeon at the Institut André Thépaz in Chambéry. In 2010 he joined the Opéra de Lausanne and the Festival Avenches Opéra choirs.

A frequently demanded soloist and chorist for various oratorio concerts in the Rhône-Alps region and in Switzerland, he has performed under the direction of Michel Corboz, Celso Antunes, Laurent Touche, Emmanuel Krivine, David Reiland, Arie Van Beek, Philippe Bérand and Jesús Lopez-Cobos. He performed King Menelaus in La belle Hélène, Beppe in Rita ou le mari battu, one of Anna's brothers in Les sept péchés capitaux by Kurt Weill.

At the Opéra de Lausanne : il servo in Un ballo in maschera (2010), Rigobert in Les mousquetaires au couvent (2013), Pristchitch in La veuve joyeuse (2014), Giuseppe in La Traviata (2015), Jamie in My fair Lady (2015), the notary in La fille du régiment (2016), Normanno in Lucia di Lammermoor (2017).