French soprano, Hélène Fauchère studied the flute before taking singing lessons. Early, Hélène got interested in ensemble and chamber music. As part of a Jean-Marie Cottet’s project, she sang the Pierrot Lunaire in 2007 and Lagunes et Lucanes VI-X by Alain Louvier in 2009 with Claude Delangle. During the last six years she has been working on a regular basis with the Solistes XXI led by Rachid Safir, performing at Opera de Paris and at the Amphithéâtre Bastille as well as IRCAM. She also has been working with Sequenza 9.3., led by Catherine Simon-Pietri, La Chapelle Rhénane led by Benoît Haller, and Les Siècles led by François-Xavier Roth.
She performed as a soloist with the Klangforum Wien, the Ensemble Modern, Contrechamps and the Münchener Kammerorchester, at the Basel theatre, at the Theater an der Wien, the Akademie der Künste and Schaubühne Berlin, the Philharmonie of Cologne, at the Studio Ansermet of Geneve, and was invited by Academy of Acanthes, the festival Arcus Temporum Pannonhalma (Hungary), the festival Jazzlines of Munich, the Tongyeong International Music Festival of Corea (TIMF), the Wiener Festwochen and the festival Musica Strasbourg. Alongside, she has worked with conductors such as Sylvain Cambreling, Beat Furrer, Jean Deroyer, Szolt Nagy, Alexander Liebreich, Emilio Pomarico, Léo Warynski, Kanako Abe and Stefan Schreiber.
In 2010, she sang one of the two main roles of the opera Wüstenbuch by Beat Furrer with the Klangforum Wien, in a staging of Christophe Marthaler at the Theater Basel. In 2012, she was the Young Blond Woman in the opera Thanks to my eyes by Oscar Bianchi, with the Ensemble Modern conducted by Franck Ollu at Musica Strasbourg.

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