Lyric soprano Coralie Gallet has been recognized for her versatility, her musicianship and her interpretative skills.
Ms Gallet has appeared in leading operatic roles in The Magic Flute, The Marriage of Figaro, Carmen, Susannah, Hansel and Gretel and Dido and Aeneas and operas by Monteverdi, Handel and Richard Strauss, as well as in contemporary works including (with the Brooklyn Opera Theatre) the New York premiere of Bruno Rigacci’s Eccuba.
Ms Gallet is also an active vocal recitalist with a highly diverse repertoire. Her solo and chamber recital programs encompass wide and varied selections from the vocal repertoire, ranging from the Baroque to contemporary pieces.
After graduating with honors from the University of Nantes, Ms Gallet left her native France to come to New York to pursue her musical studies. Ms Gallet received her Bachelor of Music degree from the Manhattan School of Music under the guidance of Patricia Misslin and her Master’s degree from Brooklyn College where she studied with Monica Harte. She currently resides in New Haven, CT where she teaches Music History and Theory at University of New Haven in addition to teaching at Barnard College.