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Marie-Juliette Ghazarian


Marie-Juliette Ghazarian

After studying her bachelor’s degree in Literature at the Sorbonne in Paris and after more than twelve years of studying the harpsichord, Marie-Juliette Ghazarian moved to Brussels to study lyrical singing at the Royal Conservatory. In 2018, she won the Vocation Price of the Concours des nouveaux talents de l’art lyrique de Belgique and made her debut in the role of Rickie in ‘I Was Looking at the Ceiling and then I saw the Sky’ by John Adams at the Théâtre national de Bruxelles and at the Opéra royal de Wallonie.


Marie-Juliette is a member of the Academy of the Royal Theatre of La Monnaie which gives her the opportunity to sing in several productions and participate in prestigious masterclasses. She is also a member of the lyrical studio of the Palais des Beaux-arts de Charleroi, where she studied the role of Carmen last year and will be singing Dorabella in 'Così fan tutte' next September.

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