Loïc Félix


Loïc Félix attended the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris, studying with Christiane Eda-Pierre and Christiane Patard. He attends Master Classes with Michel Sénéchal, Régine Crespin and Renata Scotto. He also has a degree in dramatic arts. On stage, he has appeared as Pedrillo in L’Enlèvement au Sérail in Angers and Saint-Céré, and under Marc Minkowski in Baden-Baden, Aix-en-Provence and Luxembourg, Lacouf in Mamelles de Tiresias and the title role of Britten’s Albert Herring in Rennes. He sang in La Grande Duchesse de Gérolstein (Prince Paul) and Le Nozze di Figaro (Don Basilio) in Strasbourg, Il Turco in Italia (Albazar) in Marseille, La Vie Parisienne (Le Brésilien) in Toulouse and Saint-Etienne, Orphée aux Enfers(Aristée / Pluton) in Liège and Avignon, and in David Mc Vicar’s new production of Carmen at Glyndebourne. For Opera Rara he appears on Offenbach’s Vert-VertDonizetti’s Maria di Rohan Rossini’s Ermione and Entre Nous: Celebrating Offenbach.