In addition to
working toward his-Doctorate of Medicine, Frédéric BangRouhet
satudied vocal technique with Paul Finel of the Opéra de Paris
and was unanimously awarded "Premier Prix" in Singing
in the Paris Competition of Conservatories (1990).
He was then
admitted to the National Conservatory in Paris to study Lyric
Opera Theatre. Concurrently, he studied the interpretation of mélodie
française and French Operatic Rôles under Camille Maurane.
Additionally, he participated in Advanced Studies under
Jean-Christophe Benoit and Paul von Schilawski. Since 1992, he
has been trained by Nikita Storojev.
Bang-Rouhet has been singing on stage Baritone Rôles by Mozart,
Rossini, Donizetti, as weil as various French composers, Among
these, are : Figaro (il Barbiere di Siviglia), The Count Almaviva (Le
Nozze di Figaro), Escamillo (Carmen), as weil as many
operettas by Offenbach, Lehar or Messager (Véronique). The
Masters of French Singing awarded him the Prix d'Opéra.
Bang-Rouhet has been invited by the National Opera in Taipei
where he sang Moralès (Carmen) , with Elena Obraztsova, Adrîana
Maliponte and Vladimir Popov, and Ping in Puccinis Turandot with
Giuseppe Giacomini and Francesca Patané.
aiso includes many Oratorios, ranging from Cantatas by Bach,
works by Mozart, Beethoven, and Dvorak, Fauré's Requiem, to
des Morts and Cantate de Noêl.
Bang-Rouhet enjoys singing Lieder and french melodies in recital
and won the 1991 Prix Duparc and the 1993 Prix Roussel. ln 1999,
he gave a recital in Beijing, at the new auditorium of the