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Elise Duclos is a French mezzo-soprano. She started her musical studies by oboe learning  in Strasbourg, few years later she began singing. She decided to go to Canada to study at the University of Montreal where she obtained  her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Classical Performance unanimously with compliments from the jury under the guidance of John Fanning. 

During that time, she was cast in Poulenc's Dialogue des Carmélites as Mère Jeanne, and in Chabrier's L’étoile in the role of Aloès.

After completing her Masters, she joined the Swiss Operastudio in Switzerland and she’s currently studying with Michelle Breedt. 

In 2017, she was Dorabella in Mozart's Cosi fan Tutte. She also appeared in the world premiere of Jost Meier opera Marie und Robert, in 2018 she was in Tchaikovsky's Iolanta as Laura in the Theater Orchester Biel Solothurn in Switzerland. She also was in the first Massenet opera « La grand’Tante » as Chevrette.

In 2019 she took part of many concert, she sang in the « Christmas Oratorio » from  Bach or « Missa Brevis » from Mozart. In 2020 she will sing in the Oslo National Opera and in the Opera National du Rhin. 

She will start her own ensemble "Quatuor IbaÏ" a cappella quartet. They will play in many town of France, and they are now starting a new show in collaboration with the stage director Philippe Arlaud. 

In parallele she is still sining as a soloist. She sang the alto part in the "Coronation Mass" of Mozart with the Europe Choir. 

In 2021 she won the second prize of the International Lyrique competition of Canari, in Corsica. 

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