Gifted with a full-bodied and agile voice, Nadège Meden excels particularly in the heroine roles of Mozart, Verdi and the XIX Century French repertoire, who have inspired these rich scores with their passionate impetus, the lyric nature of their sentiments, and their strong character. The young soprano has lent her unique timbre to the portrayal of Freia and Woglinde (L’Or du Rhin, Wagner) with l’Académie de Vendôme (2015-2016), conducted by d’Alexandre Myrat and Amaury du Closel, Tosca (Tosca, Puccini) at l’Opéra de Busetto, Didon (Didon et Énée, Purcell), Fiordiligi (Cosi fan tutte), Mercedès and Carmen (Carmen, Bizet). In concert, you may have heard her with Salon-de-Provence (festival de jeunes talents) and in Nei Stëmmen’s gala in Luxembourg. Nadège was a finalist for Voix Verdienne du Teatro Régio Di Parma en janvier 2018. Her last projects include, Vénus (Orphée aux Enfers, Offenbach) and Elettra (Idoménée, Mozart) in the Festival de Baugé and the Festival Musica Le Mans.
She began her musical studies at the age of 5, first with the piano. As she began to sing in several choruses and vocal ensembles her vocal talent was quickly recognized and chosen as soloist. On the advice of tenor Carlo Gaïfa (la Scala de Milan) she decided to devote herself solely to singing. She graduated with summa cum laude from her Bachelors from the Conservatoire à rayonnement régional de Versailles et her masters at la Schola Cantorum de Paris. She has an Artist Diploma from Schola Cantorum Paris.
She has participated in Master Classes with Michel Plasson, Françoise Pollet, Carlo Gaifa, Cheryl Studer, Karine Deshayes, Viorica Cortez, Carlo Guidarini, Grace Bumbry, Nadine Denize, Jennifer Larmore, Annick Massis. She has been a finalist for Voix Verdienne of the Teatro Régio Di Parma in january 2018 and 2019.