Bio: Capucine graduated from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London in 2016 with her Masters with Distinction in Vocal Performance.
She has then been noticed by the iconic Marilyn Horne who invited her at the Paris Opera Bastille and at The Carnegie Hall in New-York for the renowned program The Song Continues with Sir Thomas Allen, Martin Katz and Ken Noda from the Metropolitan Opera of New-York.
She made her lyrical debut at the Barbican Hall in London in the role of Cat in the world premiere of The Hogboon by Sir Peter Maxwell Davies with the London Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Sir Simon Rattle.
In London, Capucine has sung the roles of Ophelie and Juliette in Shakespeare and Opera (Gounod, Bellini, Thomas), Miss Wordsworth in Albert Herring (Britten), The Vowel O in Journeying Boys (I.Burnside) as well as lyrical performances based in on La Fille du Regiment (Marie) by Donizetti, Die Fledermaus (Adele) by J. Strauss, La Scala di Seta (Giulia) b Rossini, La Rondine (Magda) and La Bohème (Musetta) by Puccini, Manon (Manon) by Massenet...
In France, after being seen as the Soprano solo of the Ein Sommernachtstraum (Midsummer Night’s Dream) by Mendelssohn conducted by M.Schønwandt at the Opera of Montpellier, she made her debut as Soeur Constance in Dialogues des Carmelites by Poulenc at the Opera of Saint-Etienne under the baton of D.Reiland, role she then sang in Germany at the Theater Hof conducted by A.Goerke and then at the Victoria Theatre in Singapore with C.W.Shing. Capucine was then seen as Pamina in The Magic Flute by Mozart, in Alsace conducted by S. Rigaudeau. In June 2019, she made her debut at the Opera of Metz in the role of Frasquita in Carmen by Bizet, conducted by Jose Miguel Perez-Sierra.
In Austria, she was Alcina in Orlando Paladino by Haydn at the Mozarteum of Salzburg during the Summer Festival.
In Italia, she sang Despina in Cosi Fan Tutte by Mozart at the Teatro Verdi of Trieste under the baton of O.Caetani, before singing the Soprano solo in the 9th Symphonie by Beethoven conducted by L.Passerini at the Teatro Filarmonico of Verona.
During the seasons 2019-2020 and 2020-2021, Capucine sang, amongst others, the roles of Belinda in Dido and Aeneas by Purcell at the Festival International Classic of Guethary conducted by V.Jacob ; Soprano solo of the Great Mass in C by Mozart conducted by N. Krüger at the Festival of Sacred Art of Antibes; Clarice (title role) in La Coquette trompee by Dauvergne at the Opera of Nice, conducted by Frederic Deloche ; she sang the role of Gabrielle in La Vie Parisienne by Offenbach, conducted by Claude Schnitzler at the Opera of Metz and the Opera of Massy.
Her repertoire also includes oratorios, Capucine has sung the Soprano solo in: Israel in Egypt by Handel; Requiem by Mozart, Brahms, Faure and Rutter in prestigious venues such as que St Martin-in-the-Fields in London.
Capucine has also occurred in many recitals and gala concerts in major international houses such as the Barbican Hall and the Wigmore Hall of London; the Opera of Paris, Grand Palais, Museum Jacquemart-Andre, International Music Festival of Menton, Versailles Castle, International Festival of Colmar under the artistic direction of Michel Plasson in France; the Carnegie Hall of New-York (USA).
Born in a French-Italian artistic family, Capucine has been studying, from her earliest childhood, ballet, piano and drama in conservatoires in Paris while simultaneously acting and dancing in various films and plays. She speaks fluently French, English and Italian.
Recently, she was the singing voice of the actress Valeria Golino, who played the role of the famous opera singer La Cornelys in the movie Last Love by Benoit Jacquot; then sang and acted the part of an opera singer in the new movie of Xavier Giannoli with Gerard Depardieu.
For the season 2021-2022, Capucine will sing, amongst other things, the Exsultate Jubilate by Mozart as well as some by Vivaldi for a concert series in the North of Italia; she will collaborate with the Orchestra Antonio Vivaldi for recitals in Lombardy; she will be Frasquita in Carmen by Bizet at the Opera of Reims ...