Julien Veronese


Julien Veronese started his studies at the Conservatoire de Toulouse. In 2007 he joined the Cnipal in Marseille. After that, in 2008 he makes his debut in several national operas notably in Nancy where he performed Don Ciccio in the contemporary creation “Divorzio Al italiana ” by G. Batistelli. He also follows masterclasses with artists such as Placido Domingo, Gabriel Bacquier, Mady Mesplé, Tereza Berganza, Ludovic Tézier, Sophie Koch, Yvonne Minton, Tom Krause, Rolando Villazon, David Syrus.

He is regularly invited on national and European stages: at the Montpellier Opera House in Massenet’s “Cherubin”, in Ravel’s “L’Enfant et Les Sortilèges” and a piece by S.Laks’ “Unexpected Swallow”. He also particpates to a Rossini concert and recording “Si, Si, Si” with Marie-Nicole Lemieux and Patrizia Ciofi. At the Monte Carlo Opera he sings in “Romeo and Juliette” and also at the Royal Opera House of Oman; at the Marseille Opéra House he is in “Boris Godounov” by Moussorgski and in “Lohengrin” by Wagner. Season 2016-2017 he debutes as Scarpia in Puccini’s Tosca at the Teatro Reina Sofia, Benavente as well as the Ortega Theatre in Palencia in Spain. During summer of 2017 he sings under the baton of Michel Plasson at the Colmar Festival in a concert version of Berlioz “La Damnation de Faust”. Last season he sings notably Bartolo in “Le Nozze di Figaro” at the Opéra Royal de Wallonie, Basilio and the Four Vilains, Lindorf, Coppélius, Miracle, Dapertutto in “Les Contes d’Hoffmann” at the Marmande Festival. He sings with great success Abimelech in “Samson et Dalila” by Saint-Saëns in Monte Carlo. He is at the Montpellier Opera in Offenbach’s  “Fantasio” (Le Roi de Bavière), at the Capitole  Toulouse in Donizetti’s “Lucrezia Borgia” (Gubetta) , ”Rigoletto” (Monterone) in Marseille and Rossini’s “Guillaume Tell” (Leuthold) at the Choregies d’Orange.

Recent and new committments are Abimelech in Orange, Figaro, Colline, Basilio in Toulouse, “Le Bailli” (Werther) in Montpellier, “Dulcamara” in Bordeaux and Quebec, “Hamlet” at the Festival de Radio France and Montpellier and “Béatrcie et Bénédicte” at the Festival Berlioz.