Clémence Boullu is a French singer, from La Côte St-André. After beginning her musical education in France, she pursued her professional training in Switzerland in Lausanne and Lucerne Universities of Music.
She finished her academic path in July 2017, obtaining a Master of Arts in Opera in the Opera School of the University for Music in Stuttgart in the class of Prof. Gundula Scheider.
She had the chance to attend diverse Masterclasses in order to get inputs of great artists and teachers such as Françoise Pollet, Jan-Marc Bruin, Margreet Honig, Laurent Pillot, Elène Golgevit, Mariella Devia, Silvia Geszty and lately by Christine Schweitzer.
She performs regularly as Soprano Solo in concerts, oratorios and masses like Les Leçons de Ténèbres of F. Couperin, St John Passion of J. S. Bach, Stabat Mater of Pergolesi or the Christmas Oratorio of C. Saint-Saëns.
Clémence enjoys singing as well in Ensembles such as the SWR Vokalensemble (Marcus Creed), the Orpheus Vokalensemble (Michale Alber) or with Klangforum Heidelberg (Walter Nussbaum).
On the opera stage, Clémence Boullu sung the baroque roles of Euridike in Telemanns Orpheus with Génération Baroque of Le Parlement de musique conducted by Martin Gester as well as Flavia in Il Cacciatore Deluso of Jommelli in Tübingen.
She also interpreted the role of Olympia in Hoffman's Tales under Nicholas Kok in Wilhelma Theater Stuttgart.
As a Mozart lover she had the opportunity to sing the roles of Zerlina (Don Giovanni) at L'opéra des Champs in Switzerand, Barbarina (Le Nozze di Figaro) at the Wilhelma Theater Stuttgart and recently Serpetta in La Finta Giardiniera under Case Scaglione in Heilbronn's Theater.
In 2021, Clémence Boullu received the financial support of the Deutscher Musikrat.