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BERNARD DELETRE

Born in northern France, Bernard Deletré won a first prize in voice from the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique in Paris. Engaged for the 1987 production of Lully’s Atys with Les Arts Florissants, he subsequently participated in many important productions of baroque operas in France and abroad, and more recently, from the standard repertory. Equally gifted as a comedic actor and a stage director, he has staged musical theatre and opera while helping to train young professional singers. Bernard Deletré can be heard on over forty recordings for labels including Adda, Opus 111, Erato, Harmonia Mundi and Naxos.


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