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               Juliette Tacchino is a French operatic soprano.

Born in Nice, France, in 1998 from musician parents, music has always been an essential part of her life.

She began with piano and dance, but it was in the Children's Choir of the Opéra de Nice that Juliette felt her vocation, amazed by the lyrical repertoire and the stage.

Then, she studied with Claire Brua, Jérôme Corréas, Lorraine Nubar and improved with Dalton Baldwin and Norah Amsellen.

Graduated from Nice Conservatory in baroque singing with honors, Juliette continued her studies in Canada and her bachelor's degree in Rosemarie Landry and Richard Margison's studio.

The Opera Studio of the University of Montreal offers Juliette her first roles. First as a soloist in The Fairy Queen by Purcell, she participated in the creation of a contemporary work by Anna Sokolovic before playing Phani in Les Indes Galantes by Rameau. She then interpreted the role of Pauline in La Vie Parisienne by Offenbach and Ilia in Idomeneo by Mozart.

“Impeccable projection, well-placed voice, pronunciation, style…Great vocal satisfaction” “Excellent actress” (Le Devoir) “Excellent as much for her theatrical acting as for her vocal qualities” (Ludwig Van).


Following her performances, Juliette received the Azrieli Foundation scholarship, became the first winner of the Opéra Bouffe de Québec scholarship competition and won the prestigious Louise Roy scholarship. Back in Europe, she performed with the Monte-Carlo Chamber Orchestra in a program of Mozart arias.

She is currently pursuing her Master of Opera Studies at the prestigious Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. She recently made her debuts with the Curtis Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin.

In May 2023, Juliette will perform the role of Ginevra in Ariodante by Handel, with the Philadephia Baroque Orchestra "Tempesta di Mare" under the direction of David Stern.

Soon, Juliette will perform in various productions at the Curtis Institute of Music, including a collaboration with the British conductor Nicholas McGegan, the role of Thérèse in Les Mamelles de Tirésias by Poulenc, Bystroušky in Příhody lišky Bystroušky by Janaček and a Florida tour with David Stern, Kenneth Weiss and the Opera Fuoco Obbligato Compagny.

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