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Laura Telly Cambier soprano

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          The belgian soprano Laura Telly Cambier studied at the Conservatoire Royal de Liège and also in Italy, with Francesca Ruospo and Umberto Finazzi. Subsequently, she joined the Academia B. Gigli de Recanati and the Studio Lyrique du Palais des Beaux-Arts de Charleroi, where she made her debut as Micaela in Bizet's Carmen and Antonia in Offenbach's Tales of Hofmann. She had also the pleasure to follow the teachings of Barbara Frittoli, Enza Ferrari, Nadine Denize, Marc Coulon, Manuela Ochakovski, Marcel Vanaud and Michel Plasson. Currently, she is perfectioning her repertoire and technique with Antonio Lemmo and Luca Dall'Amico.

         Laura Telly Cambier won the prestigious Emmerich Smola Fordpreis in Germany, at the age of 25, with the Deutsche Radio Orchestra.

          She has already sung the roles of Micaela in Bizet's Carmen, Rosina in Rossini's Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Antonia Offenbach's Les Contes d'Hoffmann and the Housekeeper in L'Homme de la Mancha, adapted by Jacques Brel, on several stages in Europe. She went regularly invited to the Midsummer Mozartiade Festival in Brussels, where she sung some Mozart's roles such as Contessa Almaviva in Le Nozze di Figaro, Donna Anna in Don Giovanni and Fiordiligi in Così fan Tutte.

           About oratorios, she has sung Mozart's Requiem, Mass in C and Coronation Mass, the Mendelssohn's Elias and the Dvorak's Stabat Mater.

          Telly Cambier collaborate with the organist Fabrice Renard and forms the duo Abside which will lead them to perform in the most beautiful churches and cathedrals in France, Belgium and Luxembourg.

         Among her next engagements, she will perform in Poulenc's La Voix Humaine, at the Théâtre Poème, in Brussels, the Housekeeper in L’Homme de la Mancha, at the Théâtre du Châtelet, in Paris, and again for the Midsummer Mozartiade Festival as Servilla in Mozart's La Clemenza di Tito.

              Parallel to her career as soprano, she has been working for several years to make opera accessible to all.

She thus integrates disabled people and young children in shows, concerts, opera and theater by educational projects and cultural visits. For the past two years, she has staged Bizet's Carmen in a revisited version with, by and for handicapeds, collaborating with various institutions in Wallonia and Brussels.

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