Highly sought after for her vocal prowess and excellent musical ability, Melody Louledjian is equally impressive in classical and contemporary repertoire. She performs her first Violetta/ La Traviata with the Tenerife Opera in June 2018. French with Armenian roots singer, Melody Louledjian took up music at a very early age. After a First Prize for Piano, a Master's degrees summa cum laude at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Lyon, and at the Hochschule in Vienna, she made her debut at the Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux in 2009 playing Carmen in Le Balcon by Peter Eötvös. She attracted critical acclaim and is a regular guest singer at the theatre. As a fine sight-reader with a sound musical grounding and an excellent ear, she is particularly at ease with contemporary repertoire. She is regularly invited by prestigious ensemble like Intercontemporain, Contrechamps, Ensemble Modern, l'Instant Donné and Klangforum. She enjoys working with compositors, as being part of creation processes and performances experimentations. She appears on international stages and concert halls like the Philharmonic of Paris, the Konzert Haus Berlin, the Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich, the Tonhalle Düsseldorf, the Kölner Philharmonic, IRCAM, the Alte Oper of Franckort, the Radio Suisse Romande
Naxos at the Grand Theatre of Bordeaux, Le Feu and Le Rossignol/ L'Enfant et les Sortilèges so as the 1st Maid/ Der Zwerg at the Opéra de Paris and the Bayerische Staatsoper München, Ciboulette/ Ciboulette at the Opera Comique in Paris, Woglinde/ Das Rheingold and Waldvogel/ Siegfried at the Casa da Musica of Porto, the Cité de la Musique in Paris and the Teatro Reggio Emilia and Luxembourg, the 5th Maid/ Elektra and Adele/ Die
Fledermaus at the Opera of Nice, Élise/ Le Dilettante at the Grand Theatre of Avignon, Die Fräulein/ Die Gespenstersonate at the Radio Suisse Romande, Gabrielle/ La Vie parisienne at the Opera of Lausanne, The Princesse and Marthe/ Three Tales at the Opera of Lille, Bergère/ La Pastorale at the Théâtre du Chatelet, Girandole/ La Cour du roi Pétaud at the Théâtre de l'Athénée in Paris.