Léa Sarfati studied singing at the Paris Conservatory with Jorge Chaminé, Mirella Freni (obtaining a merit scholarship) and was a resident of CNIPAL in 2007-2008. She has won several international competitions such as Marmande, Marseille, UPMCF, and ADAMI.
She has performed as soloist in various operas and festivals : Opéra Comique, Grand Théâtre du Luxembourg, Opéra de Rennes, Opéra de Marseille, Toulon, Bastille Amphitheater, Festival of Menton, Monaco Theater, Berlin Philharmony, Konzerthaus, Saarbrucken (Germany), Opera Brasov (Romania), CIMA Festival (Italy). She has performed roles such as Leila, Mimi, Lauretta, Micaela, The Human Voice, The Cunning Little Vixen, Ciesca, Costanza or Serpina. Chosen by Eve Ruggieri, she played the role of Mimi in Puccini’s La Bohème at the Festival Musiques au cœur in Nice. Moreover, since 2007 she has been performing in Mélodrame dans un boudoir, a show designed and staged for her by director Gregory Cauvin and already given (given what? shows?) at the National Theatre of Grasse, the Festival of Menton, festival C’est pas classique in Nice, and the Chekhov Theatre in Yalta.
She is a regular guest on Radio France and Radio Classique for shows and festivals in recital with piano and with his duo Lame Vocale (voice / vibraphone). The program C’est du classique mais c’est pas grave last October on France Inter was dedicated to her, with the help of pianist Jeff Cohen.