Daphné SOUVATZI (mezzo-soprano) studied opera with Valerie Millot and Xavier Le Marèchal at Paris's Conservatoire. At the same time, she obtained a Music and Musicology Bachelor’s degree with distinction from Sorbonne University. Daphne is quadrilingual thanks to her Greek nationality and her attendance of the European School of Luxembourg. Her colourful voice and her extensive vocal range have allowed her to sing such opera roles as Charlotte, Carmen, Dido, Cherubino, or Nicklaus. Her coloratura skills enabled her to perform Rossini lead parts as in a recent performance of Cenerentola. Daphné has been selected to participate in prestigious opera master classes with Regina Werner, Uta Prew, Brigitte Bailleys and Caroline Févre and recently studied Sephardic repertoire with Françoise Atlan. She won First Prize at the Broceliande Classic Festival Competition in 2013 and put her comedic skills to work by performing in Compagnons Butineurs’ Cassandra (First Prize in Arras's international Festival). She has been invited to perform at several music festivals such as Classique au Vert (Paris), Les Arts Scènes (Nantes), FIMU (Belfort), and the Neumünster Young Artist Program (Luxemburg).