Last season was comprised of three breathtaking debuts: 15 performances as OCTAVIAN (Der Rosenkavalier) with the acclaimed director Lydia Steier, her first JUDITH (Bluebeard’s Castle) directed by Anika Rutkofsky, and RUGGIERO (Alcina)in a strong, ecologically engaged production by Barbara Ehnes.

 23/24: She will be Artist in Residence in Basel as FRICKA in Das Rheingold and Die Walküre with Benedikt von Peter and Jonathan Nott, and she will continue as a member of the opera ensemble in the Lucerne Theatre, performing HÄNSEL (Hänsel und Gretel), AMANZIO (Giustino), and her first major belcanto part: ROMEO (I Capuleti e I Montecchi) She will also give a RECITAL with William Green, and participate in the OPERN-GALA.

Her passion and engagement for Opera can be seen throughout her career: MEDEE at the Zurich Operahaus, 5 productions as CHERUBINO, one of them at the Bayerische Staatsoper with Christoph Loy, Soloist in Bernstein's JEREMIAH SYMPHONY with Dennis Russell Davies in Budapest and Gewandhaus Leipzig, DONNA ELVIRA at the Lucerne Opera, ELLE in La voix Humaine in Geneva, CARMEN and DORABELLA with Calixto Bieito in Basel, as well as several other major baroque roles, OTTAVIA, DIDO and IPPOLITA at the Festival d'Aix en Provence conducted by Leonardo García Alarcón.

After studying Sculpture at the BEAUX ARTS DE PARIS, Solenn’ discovered her vocation for Opera and began studies with Xavier Le Maréchal, Gary Magby at the HEM in Lausanne and Allan Evans. Immediately after her diploma, she was hired in the Opera studio of the BASEL OPERA HOUSE (2009), continuing to develop as part of the ensemble for five years alongside Dietmar Schwarz and Georges Delnon, while the house received the prestigious title of “Opernhaus des Jahres’ on multiple occasions.