19 June 2021

Pauline Cheviller

In 2010, she entered the National Conservatory of Dramatic Art (CNSAD). In 2015, she played in a telefilm for France 2 directed by Léa Fazer in the main role, then played at Ateliers Berthier, Théâtre de l’Odéon, in Paris, with Charles Berling in the production of Ivo Van Hove d ‘ Arthur Miller Seen from the Bridge (on tour with this piece until 2017). She played Perséphone at the Opéra de Lyon, role of the narrator, in a production by Peter Sellars, music by Stravinsky. she continues to work with Peter Sellars as part of the Aix-en-Provence festival, in July 2016 in the opera Oedipus Rex where
she plays the role of Antigone, under the musical direction of Esa-Pekka Salonen. She resumes the Persephone show in Oregon, Portland, USA where she is conducted by Micheal Curry and Carlos Kalmar (conductor) at the Concert Symphony Hall. She continued this tour in Seattle in April 2018, then in Los Angeles in 2019. At the 2019 Avignon Festival, she starred in a theatrical creation based on Jean-Luc Godard’s film Vivre sa vie directed by Charles Berling. She also played under the direction of Peter Stein Le Misanthrope the role of Célimène with Lambert Wilson. She is preparing for the start of the September 2020 -2021 school year to play the role of Olga in the adaptation of Goncharov’s Oblomov novel under the direction of Robin Renucci with playing partner Xavier Gallais. She practices lyric singing, sings and writes her own songs, she is also preparing her next album with the artistic collaboration of Claude Lemesle, Boris Bergman, David Lafore, Pascal Charpentier and Christophe Van Huffel, and working on her own musical show.