Dutilleul Coline

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Dutilleul Coline


A native of Belgium, Coline Dutilleul was already exposed both to the art of singing and to the art of playing the piano at a young age. She studied at the Royal Conservatories of Mons and Brussels, and later at the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz in Cologne.
At the same time, she continued to work regularly on vocal technique with the Wales soprano, Catrin Wyns- Davis.

She attended various international masterclasses as an active participant including those with Bernarda Fink, Nathalie Dessay, Barbara Hannigan, Nadine Denize, Sylvie valaire. In September 2015, she was awarded the second prize as well as the special prize of the WDR Orchestra of Cologne, in the International Competition of Cologne.
She continued amassing her experiences throughout Europe in various International Academies: the Lucern Festival Academy directed by Simon Rattle and in the Britten-Pears Young Talent Program.
Since September 2015, the young mezzo has become an integral part of the national opera studio of the Rhin. During these two years, she assumed the roles of Rosine in the Barber of Seville of Paisiello, of the cruel stepmother in Cendrillon by Wolf-Ferrari, of Clarina in Cambiale di Matrimonio by Rossini, of Carmen in Bizet’s opera of the same name, of Leonora in la Favorite by Donizetti, of the death of Cléopâtre by Berlioz, the old woman in Mririda in the world prémière by A. Essyad, of the queen in Blanche Neige by Felix Lang, of Constanza in l’isola Disabitata by Haydn, of Marianna in Il Signor Bruschino by Rossini and finally, as Dido in Dido and Aeneas from Henry Purcell.
In 2015, Coline became Miss Jessel in Benjamin Britten’s The Turn of the Screw in the theatre of Aix-la-Chapelle.
This season she was the 3rd Bénévole in the creation Miranda in the opéra comique of Paris, one of the Mädchen in der Zwerg von Zemlinsky in the opéra of Lille and sœur Mathilde in le dialogue des Carmélites from Poulenc in Avignon’s opera.