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Théo Imart began singing at the age of 9 when he joined the Maîtrise des Bouches du Rhône under the direction of Samuel Coquard. With him, he participated in numerous concerts, opera productions, and recordings. In 2015, he started his studies at the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris, specializing in vocal performance under the guidance of Mireille Alcantara, and graduated with distinction. Throughout his studies, he attended several masterclasses by Jennifer Larmore and Mireille Larroche.


In 2018, at the Opera Festival of Baugé, Théo Imart took on his first major opera role as Idamante in Mozart's opera "Idomeneo." In May 2018, he was selected for the 9th edition of the Jardin des Voix and chosen to portray the role of Ramiro in Mozart's "La finta Giardiniera" with Les Arts Florissants, conducted by William Christie and Paul Agnew, for the 2019-2020 season.


In the spring of 2021, he performed Pergolesi's Stabat Mater and Vivaldi's motet "Nulla in mundo" in a live concert with Les Arts Florissants. He reprised the same program with the Royal Orchestra of Versailles at various festivals in August 2022, June 2023, and March 2024 at the Royal Chapel.


During the 2021/2022 season, Théo took on two new roles: Cherubino in "Le nozze di Figaro" at the Musique en Ré festival directed by Pierre Dumoussaud, and Amore, Anfinomo, and Giunone in Monteverdi's "Il ritorno de Ulisse" at the Theater Basel.


In 2022, he was selected to participate in the summer vocal residency of the Aix Festival, where he performed in three concerts featuring melodies, opera arias, and a Pergolesi opera with the Talents Lyriques. During the same summer, he also played the role of Oreste in Offenbach's "La belle Hélène" at the Musique en Ré festival directed by Pierre Dumoussaud.


In May 2023, Théo took on the lead role of Marc in Marcel Landowski's musical tale "La vieille maison" at the Angers/Nantes Opera. Towards the end of the month, he gained recognition for his performances during the 41st International Belvedere Singing Competition, reaching the finals among over 900 initial participants and receiving a Special Prize of Commitment from the Dutch National Opera.


For the 2023/2024 season, Théo Imart was invited to participate in the reopening of the Theater St Gallen for the world premiere of Tobias Picker's "Lili Elbe." He will play the roles of Danish Countess, Dagmar, and Matron. He will also return to St Gallen for their summer festival in 2024, performing in Purcell's "Fairy Queen".

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