Julie Cherrier-Hoffmann


First prize winner of the Conservatoire Nancy for voice (Christine Stutzmann’s class), harp, chamber music and analysis, graduated in musicology, finalist of multiple international music competitions (Canari, Caballé, Bellini, Epinal), Julie Cherrier-Hoffmann joins the Santa Cecilia Academy in Rome, studying with Renata Scotto and Teresa Berganza. Julie continues her quest for excellence with Béatrice Uria-Monzon and the maestra Elizabeth Cooper .

Julie is a guest artist at the Festival des Forêts and has the support of the Villecroze Foundation.

Very fast, Julie addresses a very wide ‘répertoire’, including, in opera, title roles such as Juliette - Roméo et Juliette, Antonia - les Contes d’Hoffmann, Susanna - Les Noces de Figaro, Mickaëla - Carmen, The Woman - La Voix Humaine.

She regularly performs in recitals and cycles of among others, Poulenc, Fauré, Debussy, Schubert's lieder, Turina, de Falla, Liszt.

She is frequently invited to give sacred music concerts, such as the requiem of Mozart, Fauré, Brahms; King David – Honneger, and was particularly noticed in her interpretation of Mozart’s Exultate Jubilate.

She has, during her career, had the pleasure to work with the conductors Kanako Abe, Luciano Acocella, Didier Benetti, Denis Comtet, Philippe Entremont, Marco Guidarini, Samuel Jean, Julien Leroy, Yo Yo Ma, Jacques Mercier, Patrizia Mezler, Dominique Rouits, Arie van Beek, Pascal Verrot,Elizabeth Cooper as well as with the prestigious ensemble such as the Munich Symphony Orchestra, the China National Orchestra, Manheim’s Deutsche Staatsphilharmonie, the Orchestre national de Lorraine, the orchestras of Picardie, Avignon, Montpellier, the Nancy Opera Orchestra, the Metz Choir and Ballet,the Orchestre Lamoureux, Octuor de France, the musicians Gilles Apap, Fanny Clamagirand, Dana Ciocarlie, Nicholas Dautricourt, Marion Desjacques, Philippe Entremont, Etsuko Hiroshé, Sebastien Van Kuijk, Yo Yo Ma, Véra Tsybakov.

Her concerts have taken her in many Opera houses such as Massy, Metz and Nancy in France, Brasov in Romania, Anghiari in Italy, Beijing in China as well as numerous concert halls across the world: the Antique Theatre of Orange, Imperial theatre of Compiègne, of the Chatelet, Academia Santa Cecilia- Rome, Knight Concert Hall - Miami, Kravis center - Palm Beach, Mechanics Hall - Worcester, Radio France - Paris.

Currently, Julie is working on the roles of the Flute’s First Lady & Pamina, as well as Juliette, Manon and Leïla; and prepares a Poulenc recording.