Professor of vocal at the Royal Conservatory of Liege.

Trained in the performing arts at the Ghent Opera Studio and a graduate of the Brussels Royal Conservatory of Music in singing and flute, Belgian soprano Sabine Conzen is recognised as a sensitive artist and musician with a voice of rich, colourful timbre.

Sabine Conzen distinguished herself in various competitions and was semi-finalist of the Queen Elisabeth International Competition (2004). At the age of 22, she was awarded the “Prix au plus Jeune Finaliste” and the “Prix Francis Poulenc” at the Concours International de Chant de Paris. The international press highlighted her young talent at the time, describing her as “the revelation of the competition” and a “sensitive and already expert musician” (Opera International, September 2001). (Opera International, September 2001)

She made her debut at the Vlaamseopera as Anna in Verdi’s Nabucco, followed by Pamina (Mozart/Zauberflöte), 1. Dame (Mozart/ Zauberflöte), Zerlina (Mozart/Don Giovanni), Thibault (Verdi/Don Carlos),… At the Opéra Royal de Wallonie, Sabine Conzen sang Musetta (Puccini/La Bohème), La fillette (Raffaele Sargenti’/Lupus in Fabula), Poussette (Massenet/Manon),  Fatmé (Gretry/Zémire et Azor), Javotte (Massenet/Manon), Maya (Franceschini/Milo et Maya), Marguerite (Auber/ Manon l’Escault),…

Amond the différents roles she had also the opportunity to sing « Elle » in Poulenc’s La voix Humaine (Opéra de Metz) or Josepha in L’auberge du cheval bland of Benatsky in a coproduction  (Opéra de Metz et Opera de Reims), Blanche (Poulenc/ Les dialogues des Carmélites), Suzanna (Mozart/ Le Nozze di Figaro), Adina ‘Donizzetti/ L’Elisir d’Amore), Antonia (Offenbach/Les Contes d’Hoffman), …

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