Mathilde is an artist-in-residence at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel in Belgium where she regularly works with Jose Van Dam and Sophie Koch.
In 2018, she will make her North American debut in Domaine Forget, Canada. Her upcoming season includes Suzanne (Un Mari à la Porte, J. Offenbach) in Monte Carlo’s Opera, Rossini’s Stabat Mater with the orchestra of La Sorbonne, a recital in the Petit Palais in Paris in the concert series Jeunes Talents, as well as a recital at the Vaux Hall in Belgium.
While pursuing her Master’s degree at the Swiss Opera Studio in Biel, where she graduated with honors in 2015, she sang Ottavia (L’incoronazione di Poppea, Monteverdi), Adelberto (Ottone, Haendel), Musico (Viva la Mamma, Donizetti), Antonia (Man of la Mancha, Leigh), Lisetta (La Frascatana, Paisiello) on the different stages of the opera Biel-Solothurn.
She previously studied at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis for a bachelor in early music, and sang Ramiro (Motezuma, Vivaldi) in the Festival Cordes Sensibles, La Dama Disincantata (La liberazione di Ruggiero, F. Caccini) at the Semperoper Dresden and Abra (Juditha Triumphans, Vivaldi) with the baroque orchestra La Cetra conducted by Andrea Marcon. During her studies she got scholarships from the Lyra foundation and the « Fonds Marie Louise ».
She is sought after for oratorios, new creations, or repertoire pieces like the Vivaldi Gloria, Mozart Krönungsmesse and Great Mass in C, Haydn Harmonie Messe and Pergolesi Stabat Mater, among others. In recital, she has been praised for her interpretation of baroque repertoire, as well as Lieder and songs, such as the Wesendonck Lieder by R. Wagner and the 7 songs on poems by A. Bloch by D. Chostakovitch. In 2017 she successfully replaced a singer who was ill for a role in D.I.V.A. at the Théâtre Montparnasse, on a short notice.
During her studies, she had the chance to work in masterclasses with Regina Werner, Margreet Honig, Alessandro de Marchi, Andreas Scholl, Malcolm Walker, Yann Beuron and Andrea Marcon.
She speaks French, Italian, English and German.