Amélie Robins is a Lyric Coloratura Soprano.

Her "elegant lyrical soprano timbre, her extended ambitus and her natural agility, as well as the physicality of her acting" ( quickly got the attention of Leontina Vaduva and Ruggero Raimondi.

She completed her singing degree - DEM (Diplome Etat Musical) - with “magna cum laude” at the CRD of Aulnay-sous-bois (France).

Finalist at the competition Neue Stimme in Luxembourg in 2014, she then won the Armel Opera competition the same year, earning her the role of Susanna in Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro, in Luxembourg, Romania and Hungary (broadcasted live on ArteWeb).

Amélie was also the prize winner of « best and most enchanting interpretation of a french bel canto aria » at the Bellini International Competition in Marseille in 2016, and the winner of a « Golden Medal with High Distinction » and a Digital Album at the Vienna International Competition 2021.

She currently studies with the international Soprano Anna-Maria Panzarella.

Last season, she was Despina in Mozart’s Cosi Fan Tutte at Reims and Massy’s Opera house (France), The Confidante, Overseer in Elektra by Strauss at the Philarmonie of Paris (directed by Mikko Franck, with Nina Stemme and Waltraud Meier). She also sang Susanna in Le Nozze di Figaro at the Festival of Saint Céré as well as on Tour in France, Lisa in The Land of Smiles by Lehar at the Grand- Opera of Avignon (France), the Countesse Ceprano at Choregies of orange (with Leo Nucci, Nadine Sierra and Alain Gingal) then Gilda in Rigoletto’s Verdi at French Festivals and Opera Massy (France). Also Eliza in My Fair Lady, Ann Trulove in Rake’s Progress’s Stravinsky both at the Nice‘s Operahouse, Eurydice in Orpheus in the Underworld’s Offenbach at Marseille and Reims’s Operas Houses.

This season and among her projects: Ninetta in Prokofiev ‘s The Love oh the 3 oranges at National Opera Lorraine-Nancy, Adina in Donizetti’s L’Elisir d’amore in several theaters around Paris and at Choregies of Orange, Gabrielle in Offenbach‘s The Parisian life at Nice’s Opera, Nanetta in Verdi’s Falstaff in Antibes’s Theater (France), Elvira in Rossini’s Italiana in Algeri and Blöndchen in Mozart’s Entführung aus dem Serail both at Opera Marseille, Valencienne in The Merry Widow’s Lehar and Anna in The White Lady by Boeildieu both at Nice’s Opera.

She often appears on Tv broadcasts produced by Morgan production, like La Folie Offenbach, recorded in the Parisian Theater Folies Bergères, and « Musiques en fête » at Orange’s roman Theater.