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Roula Safar

Mezzo-Soprano-Mezzo-soprano, Guitare et Percussions-Voix et Guitare

Born in Lebanon, Roula Safar grew up in a literary and musical environment. She studied instrumental music, voice and musicology, first in Beirut, later in Paris.

As a singer, she has performed under the direction of D. Colemann, P. Davin, M. Foster, J.-C. As a singer, she has performed under the direction of D. Colemann, P. Davin, M. Foster, J.-C. Malgoire and P. Rophé. In contemporary she created the role of the tailor’s wife in the opera GO-gol by Michaël Levinas and also premiered in Levinas’s Les Aragon, Florence Baschet’s Femmes et Piranhas, Betsy Jolas’s De nuit and Karim Haddad’s Meditatio I & II. Roula Safar has sung in the Salle Pleyel, Théâtre du Châtelet, Cité de la musique, Ircam and the Montpellier opera house in France and in other cities in Europe, Africa and the Near East.


She has recorded various oratorios and contemporary works such as Levinas’s Les Aragon (a Musique de chambre release, awarded a Choc du Monde de la musique in 2001), and Jean-Louis Dhermy’s Ce n’est qu’un rêve.

Discography at Hortus

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Racines sacrées
Roula Safar
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Vergers d'exil
Echos méditerran...

 

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