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After graduating from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris, Mary Saint-Palais made her debuts with William Christie‘s Les Arts Florissants, in early music, appearing as a soliste in Paris, Londres, Vienne, Dusseldorf…
Invited to perform on Européen lyrical stages –Geneva, Paris, Budapest, Marseille, Frankfort - she appeared as a soliste in Pelléas et Mélisande (Debussy), Jjenufa (Janacek), Dialogues des carmélites (Poulenc), Le Nozze Di Figaro, Die Zauberflöte, The Nightingale (Stravinsky)… She discovered contempory répertoire through Luciano Berio in the production of Ré in Ascolto in Genève and Frankfort. Then, she is asked by Olivier Py to create the role of Marthe in the world's premiere of Vase de Parfums in Paris and Lausanne. In 2008, she joins his company at the Théâtre National de l'Odéon for the integrale performance of the Oreste by Eschyle.
Amongst other recording, she can be heard in Les Troqueurs by Dauvergne (orch WDR.Köln), Idoménée by Campra (dir. Christie) or Lazare by Bruneau (orch Nat Ile de France).
Wishing to pass on her art, she is graduated as professor. Every year, her students join prestigieuse Art Académies.Finally, she Works as a consultant for the Pau Orchestra Choir.From 2013, she is a professer for American students in Programs Abroad.