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Marie-Laure Garnier


Marie-Laure Garnier began her artistic journey at a young age in French Guiana, learning flute, piano and organ before going on to study at the Maitrîse Choir of the Regional Academy of Paris. After graduating, she studied singing in Malcolm Walker’s class at the Paris Conservatoire and had masterclasses with Stephan Genz, Anne Le Bozec, Susan Manoff and many others.

A dedicated recitalist, Marie-Laure has performed with pianist Célia Oneto Bensaid at the Paris Philharmonie, with the Republican Guard Orchestra at Théâtre des Champs Elysées, at the Bolshoi Theatre, and at the Messiaen, La Prée, and Folle journée de Nantes Festivals.

A fervent believer in equality of access to the arts, Marie-Laure regularly works with disadvantaged children and has also created a gospel choir with whom she gives charity concerts.

Last updated: Sep 2019