Winner of the French National Singing Competition in Alès and finalist in the opera and operetta categories of the International Singing Competition of Marmande (France) when she was 21, Aurélie Baudet also brought home a prize from the Korean Arts Festival in 2002.
Gold medalist unanimously in 1997 from the Conservatoire National de Région in Lyon, Aurélie pursued her musical studies at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique, also in Lyon. True performer, she is also interested in dance and theater.
Aurélie has interpreted the main roles in La Belle
Hélène, La Grande Duchesse de Gérolstein and La Périchole by J. Offenbach, La Mascotte by E. Audran, Chanson Gitane by M. Yvain, Véronique by A. Messager, Cendrillon (Cinderella) by Massenet, L’Heure Espagnole by Maurice Ravel.
She has also co-authored, played, sung and co-produced creations for the Pata’Dome Théâtre: Prométhée ! Epi moi alors, Citizen Faust Komédie, La Mythomachine, l’Avare à 3 inspired by Molière.
Eclectic artist, Aurélie interpreted Bizet’s Carmen in a jazz version created by Laurent Dehors (¿ Qué tal Carmen ?) and confirmed with Mozart’s The Magic Flute accompanied by the jazz orchestra “Tous Dehors” on tour in France and Europe.