Emmanuel Hasler, tenor
Emmanuel Hasler dazzles the audience with his rich and velvety lyric tenor voice.
He has conducted singing and direction studies. He began as a baritone at the conservatory of Brive (France). He obtains a DEM of Baroque singing at the Baroque Music Center of Versailles, where he takes his first steps as a soloist, at the Royal Chapel and the Palace of Versailles, at the Massy Opera House, at the National Arts Center of Beijing . It is at the Conservatoire d'Orsay under the leadership of Stéphanie Révidat and F.N. Geslot he begins to exploit his tenor tessitura that brings him to the romantic lyric repertoire. He is engaged by many European ensembles such as the Spiritual Concert, the Chapel of Flanders, the Capella Genevensis, the Ensemble Chronochromy, The Storm ..
After being accepted the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris in Marcel Boone's class, he decided to persue studying lyric art at Université de Montréal with the Canadian tenor Richard Margison, and started in 2019 a doctorate supported by the University of Montreal and the GC Ferguson and AM Trahan scolarships. He has also been taught by wise pedagogues such as Michel Wolkowitsky, Guy Flechter, Didier Henry, Elene Golgevit. On stage, he sang the title role in Albert Herring as well as Gonzalve in Ravel's "L'heure espagnole", The first officer in Poulenc's "Dialogue des Carmélites", Spineliccio and Pinellino in Puccini's "Gianni Schicchi", Aeneas in "Dido and Eneas" and Mopsa in "The Fairy Queen" by Purcell, Lysander in Britten's Midnight Summer, Ferrando in « Cosi fan tutte » by Mozart and the title role in Offenbach's "Orphée aux enfers". He will soon interpret Adario in « Les indes galantes » by Rameau and Bobinet's "Les Indes Galantes" in Offenbach's "La vie Parisienne" at Université de Montréal, directed by Jean-François Rivest and staged by Alain Gauthier and Tantal in "La descente d Orphée aux Enfers » by Charpentier at Bourgie concert Hall conducted byLuc Beauséjour and Staged of Marie-Nathalie Lacoursière. He will be soloist in the All Night Vigil by Rachmaninov in the church of St. Andrew & St. Paul conducted Jean-Sébastien Vallée and in the Messiah by Haendel with the early music group l'Harmonie des Saisons.
In October 2018 he successfully participated in the Concert-Gala of FestivalOpéra de Saint-Eustache where he sang Tchaikovsky's air « Kuda kuda » From Eugene Onegin by Tchaikovsky ans Verdi's La Brindisi duet with the renowned soprano coloratura Aline Kutan. He was a tenor soloist in November 2018 in Bach's Saint John Passion at the Montreal Bach Festival conducted by Julian Prégardien.
During the summer of 2017, he participated to the Canadian Vocal Arts Institute, directed by Joan Dornemann and Paul Nadler from the Metropolitan Opera of New York. Then he worked with famous professors like Mignon Dunn, Rosemarie Landry, Lucie Arner, Hemdi Kfir, Theresa Rodriguez, Francis Perron, Robin Weeler, Joshua Major ...
In 2016, Emmanuel Hasler joined the CNSM Paris lyric art program in Marcel Boone's class.
As a conductor, he was trained by Olivier Schneebeli, Valerie Josse, Ariel Alonso. He was the assistant of Jean-Philippe Sarcos in the ensemble
« Le Palais Royal » and created with his fellow students the young choir "L'Atelier des Songes". He co-conduct with Jean-Michel Hasler the Young Choir of Sylvanès Abbey.
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