About Delphine

Delphine Mégret is a French soprano.

Described as 'Flawless' in her last performance of Mozart's Requiem (ConcertoNet), Delphine holds a first class Artist Master degree from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama and a Concert Recital Diploma for her high distinction at her final recital programme. She is awarded the Tracey Chadwell Memorial Award 2018 for her excellence at the Wigmore Hall new music recital for the première of composer's Dimitrios Rontsis : Involutae Septempunctata.


Delphine appeared last in London with the Ubu Ensemble at the Drawing Room. Her last operatic work was the main role Katie in the premiere of the Chamber Opera 'Years ago I died' composed by Clare Elton with libretto by Edward Einhorn, at the specific site, Peckham Asylum Chapel in London. 

Delphine has been cast as Sophie (Werther), Nedda (I Pagliacci), Sophie (Der Rosenkavalier) for various Opera Scenes and the role of Chocholka (The Cunning Little Vixen) for an abridged production in London. She has performed as Nedda for the exhibition 'Opera: Passion, Power and Politics' at the Victoria & Albert hall museum in 2018.

She was also Despina for the British Youth Opera Workshop led by Stuart Barker and Julia Lynch.

Delphine appeared regularly in concert platforms in Europe as soloist and as part of vocal ensembles. She performed at the Wigmore Hall, Barbican, Milton Court and in Music Festivals in France including Rocamadour and Sylvanès

In summer 2016 She toured in the south of France with the Ensemble Baroque de Toulouse directed by Michel Brun and performed the Requiem Mass and the Missa Brevis KV 140 by Mozart.

Through various performances Delphine had the opportunity to work with conductor Andrea Marcon, Eamonn Dougan, Pablo Beznosiuk and Michel Piquemal.

She also received, during her years of studies, the invaluable guidance from teachers, singers and coaches such as Emma Kirkby, Sarah Walker, Edith Wiens, Jennifer Smith, Eugene Asti, David Gowland, Susanne Stranders, Robert Levin to mention only some. 

Delphine is also a menber and co-founder of two ensembles : Ensemble Héliodores and Trio Mégret; two intimate musical ensembles giving space for interpretation and expressiveness. 

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