Chloé Briot

Soprano

Biography

Young French mezzo soprano Chloé Briot has quickly come to the attention of the international press in performances as both Yniold / Pelléas et Mélisande and the title role of Ravel’s L’Enfant et les Sortilèges with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Los Angeles Philhamonic Orchestra, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France and The Philhamonia London.

Briot has been described by the Times as ‘a luxury’, by ConcertoNet as ‘Gifted and Magnetic’, by the Guardian as ‘natural standout’ and as ‘delightful’ by the Chicago Tribune.

Since her studies with Mireille Alcantara at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris, she became a laureate of the 2014 HSBC Festival d’Aix-en-Provence Academy and was awarded the Prix du Jeune Espoir at the Concours International de Chant Lyrique de l’UFAM.

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Reviews

“Chloé Briot’s bright, birdlike Yniold, was a great luxury”

Anna Picard

The Times

“…and the diminutive soprano Chloé Briot was a positive presence as the hapless boy Yniold”

John Allison

The Telegraph

More Reviews

“Chloé Briot’s bright, birdlike Yniold, was a great luxury”

Anna Picard, The Times 

“…and the diminutive soprano Chloé Briot was a positive presence as the hapless boy Yniold”

John Allison, The Telegraph 

“Chloé Briot was bright, never shrill, as Yniold”

Richard Fairman, Financial Times 

“Chloé Briot is gifted with a certain magnetism, and radiates as the manipulative character of Elizabeth, with a great sense of style.”

ConcertoNet 

“This ballet of fears and childish rebellion works thanks to a marvellous cast who believe in it and play the game…Chloé Briot’s child is irresistible.”

Jacques Doucelin, Concertclassic.com 

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