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Ninon Dann began her musical studies at the age of thirteen at the Montpellier Conservatory, where she practiced singing, piano and contemporary dance.
After having acquired a solid training in music and choreography, she devoted herself mainly to singing. She is enriched with lessons from various vocalists such as Isabelle Vernet, Sandrine Piau, Alain Fondary and Gabriella Sborgi.
She made her debut at the Strasbourg Opera in 2011 in the role of Leoena (La Belle Hélène). Subsequently, at the Royal Opera of Wallonia she was understudy to Daniella Dessi in the roles of Desdemone and Leonora (Trovatore).
She played Anna in Les Troyens at the Darmstadt Opera and Carmen in Antibes, and sang as part of the
Chorégies d'Orange for "All to the Opera" Day in 2013.
Aware of the theatrical necessities of opera, she attaches great importance to dramaturgy, lyrics, and body gestures and motion. In this sense she dedicated a large part of her work in theatre and dance from late 2013 to early 2015 as a time to reconsider a new strategy for her vocal repertory.
At the beginning of 2016 she was cast in the roles of Federica in Luisa Miller of Verdi and La Cenerentola of Rossini at the Teatro Verdi in Trieste. Throughout her journey she has also enriched herself by way of various experiences: scientific studies, literature, musicology, jazz, musical writing, theatre and dance. Looking, as P. Boulez said, for inspiration outside of one’s own sphere results in the most rare expressions of symbiosis.
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