Lucile VIGNON, mezzo Soprano. Lucile Vignon began her singing studies in Paris, and then went on in Italy. She has performed in different theatres in France as well as abroad, especially in Bologna, Rome (Caracalla), Trevisa, Cozensa, Barcelona (Liceo), Zurich, Athens, Pretoria, Paris (Opéra Comique), Montpellier, Nantes, Compiègne. She worked with numerous conductors as Nello Santi, Carlo Franci, Gavazzeni, Campanella, Jean Fournet, Jean-Claude Casadessus, Jacques Mercier and Nikolaus Harnoncourt. She already successfully sung such roles as Carmen, Isabella, Mignon, Rosina, Pippo, Cenerentola, Orfeo, Didone, Neris (Medea by Cherubini), Fenena (Nabucco), La Favorita, Sara (Roberto Devereux), Maddalena, Niklausse, Taven (Mireille by Gounod), Périchole and Belle Hélène. She also took part to several recordings: The Deluge and Henri VIII by Saint-Saëns, Ambroise Thomas' Mignon, El Llanto por Ignacio Sanchez by Stavros Xarhakos. Since 1997, she also collaborates with the famous Saumur "Cadre Noir" for their show "Opera & Horses".