Soprano Adéline Le Mer is quickly becoming recognized for her distinctive voice, sensitive artistry, and compelling stage presence. 

In July 2020, Adéline graduated with high honors in Master Classical Voice from the Conservatorium van Amsterdam.

This season January 1 2022, Adéline will sing as a soloist in Belle-Île-en -Mer (France) with the Violinist Nemanja Ljubinković and the pianist Philip Walsh as part of the Festival Internationnal de Belle-Île.

She will also come back to Turin (Italy) on February 6 to make a recital with the basse Fulvio Bussano and the pianist Luigi Canestro.  

Last seasons Adéline Le Mer sang a recital in Turin (Italy) made of arias and songs.  

Previously she sang "Deh se piacer mi vuoi" from La Clemenza de Tito by Mozart with the CVA philharmonic orchestra conducted by Matthew Rowe; excerpts from the role of Contessa Almaviva in “Le Nozze di Figaro” by Mozart with the CVA philharmonic orchestra, conducted by maestro Ed Spanjaard. 

She also performed highlights from the role of Fiordiligi in the opera “Così Fan Tutte” by Mozart conducted by David Bollen. 

In April of 2019, Adéline Le Mer sang Richard Strauss’s song “Cäcilie” with the CVA Philarmonic orchestra directed by Andrew Grams. It was performed at the Muziekgebouw in Amsterdam and at the Tivoli in Utrecht.

Other recent performances include Adina in Donizetti’s L’Elisir d’Amore at the Festival Lyrique International de Belle Île en Mer conducted by Maestro Philip Walsh; selections from Debussy’s Ariettes Oubliées at the Muziekgebouw in Amsterdam, conducted by Maestro Ed Spanjaard; Nella in Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi in Belle Île en Mer; Constance in Poulenc’s Dialogues des Carmélites in Paris and Compiègne; recitals dedicated to French mélodies and Spanish canción in Madrid, Amsterdam, Valladolid, Belle Île en Mer, Briançon, and Rennes… 

She has had the opportunity to study and collaborate with a number of distinguished artists and teachers including Francisco Araiza, Dalton Baldwin,Jeff Cohen, Margreet Honig, Richard Cowan, Nathalie Doucet, Jan-Paul Grijpink, Selma Harkink, Norma Lopez, Ann Murray, Nelly Miricioiu, Alexander Oliver, Ira Siff, Juan-Antonio Alvarez Parejo...