French Soprano Claire Trouilloud has performed as a soloist and in chamber ensembles around the world, including London, Paris, Geneva, Chicago, Rio de Janeiro, Singapore, Sydney, Melbourne.
From the baroque music to the contemporary music, including jazz and improvised music, Claire distinguishes herself as a very original singer, whose voice abilities and stage charism are warmly greeted by the public.
She has worked with renowned international contemporary composers: Javier Munoz Bravo, Iradj Sahbai, Jean-Claude Spitzer, Clara Olivares, Markus Stockhausen, Sebastian Rivas, Ivan Solano, whom she has sung many world premieres.
Through her work with choreographers and directors Camilla Saraceni and Jean- François Duroure in Paris and Strasbourg she developes her stage performances to integrate singing, movement and theatrical components.
Claire graduated with first class honors in contemporary singing (Françoise Kubler), improvisation and jazz (Claudia Solal, Eric Watson) from the Conservatory of Strasbourg, and also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and a Master’s degree in Political Sciences.
In 2011 Claire was awarded for her work as a young woman musician by the Women's Volunteer Organization Soroptimist.