Anaïs Constans

French soprano (Montauban, 1988 -)

Anaïs Constans is a French soprano. She graduated from the Regional Conservatory of Toulouse in 2011 and from the National Center of Lyrical Artists in 2013.

Anaïs Constans was introduced to singing by Beatrice Viliare and Claudine Ducret.

At the Regional Conservatory of Toulouse she had Jacques Schwarz as teacher.
She perfected her art at the National Center of Lyrical Artists in Marseille with Claudine Ducret, Jean Marc Bouget and Nino Pavlenichvili.

Her repertoire includes Henri Sauguet's Chartreuse de Parme, Offenbach's Beautiful Helene, Ravel's The Child and Spells, Dvořák's Stabat Mater, Rutter's Magnificat and Léo Delibes's Lakmé.

Six landmark dates in the life of Anaïs Constans:

2009: Began at the Theatre de Castres in Offenbach’s La Vie Parisienne
2010: Founded the duo Efflorescence with the pianist Benjamin Carré
2011: Graduated from the Conservatoire Regional Radiation of Toulouse (singing and bachelor of musicology).
2012: 1st place in the French Melody category, 2nd place in the Opera category at the International de Chant du Festival Lyrique et Musical Festival in Marmandais, People’s Award and 3rd place in the International Singing Competition of Toulouse.
2013: Graduated from the National Center of Lyric Artists in Marseille.
Took home the 1st place for Mâcon International Competition and the Young Female Talent Award.
2014: Tied for the 3rd place with Mariangela Sicilia, John Holiday and Andrey Nemzer at the Operalia contest in Los Angeles. 

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Biography from Radio France’s Musical Documentation