Sylvia Cazeneuve's biography lyric singer
Native to Bergerac (French Nationality), Sylvia Cazeneuve studied Saxophone and Solfege at the Conservatoire of Toulouse, she got into University of Toulouse which enabled her to study musicology. She always had a high interest in different vocal expressions with concerning lyric performing and in developing different fields (lyric, choir, composing, recording). She is now looking forward to developing an original and divers experience in the lyric field as she performs as a full lyric dramatic soprano in France and abroad. Furthermore she held conferences.
Sylvia Cazeneuve has been trained in Toulouse with the lyric tenor Jean-Paul Caffi and the dutch baritone Maarten Koningsberger. Passionate by French melodie and lied, she cultivates the art of chamber music with Michel Sénéchal, David Sélig, Susan Manoff and Anne Le Bozec. Meanwhile, she explores the contemporary music and trained with composers Bertrand Dubedout et Michel Decoust. Participates regularly in master-classes including Alain Buet, François Le Roux, Margret Honig, d'Alain Fondary, d'Alain Garichot, de Gabriel Bacquier et de Montserrat Caballe. As well, she was trained an functional voice training and speech therapy to the heritage of Carol Baggott-Forte's 'The liberated voice' method. 2011, she's soloist in Gabriel Bacquier's opera company whom she tackles the greatest opera roles. Each year Sylvia offers a new thematic concert as a show ("Hommage à Jules Massenet", "Il était une fois Francis Poulenc...", "Des fleurs pour Baudelaire", "Eternelles", "Maudite soit la guerre", "Rêve de Lune", "Non essentiel"...). Since 2014, she has been artistic director for the festival Les Rencontres Lyriques de Luchon . She had sung in the world premiere of "Trois mélodies lourdes" of the composer Lionel Ginoux, "Ballade de Florentin Prunier", "D'un corbeau et d'un renard" and "Les petites mélodies impertinentes" cycle of melodies of Isabelle Aboulker's, "Cyrano dans la lune" cycle of Patrick Burgan, "Les métamorphoses du sonores", cycle of melodies with piano prepared of Marybel Dessagnes, "Les montagnes" of Isabelle Aboulker. In 2019, had sung in the world premiere of the title role of Mama-Quilla in the opera "Les sept lués" (The seven Moons) by Lionel Ginoux and soon she will sing in the world premiere of a cycle of François Riu-Barotte and the cycle "Du ciel à la terre" of Marybel Dessagnes.
Laureate of international singing competitions, in 2009 she took part in the Nîmes International Singing Competition and won First Prize and the public vote. Moreover, in 2011 she won the jury's special price at the international singing competition of Canari city. In 2013, Sylvia Cazeneuve was selected by the Pôle de Diffusion d'Art Lyrique et Contemporain for "the uniqueness of her voice, his sensitivity and natural charisma that makes her a sincere and generous artist with a great intelligence (...) for the relevance of his recitals recounted, masterly technical and artistic prowess (...)"