Julie Fioretti began her musical studies at the age of six. In addition to her vocal training in Paris under Armande Olivier, she joined the Opera Fuoco Atelier Lyrique, which led her to recreate the role of Silvera in J.C. Bach’s long lost opera Zanaida, for the Leipzig Bachfest. This production was also performed at the Cité de la Musique in Paris, at the Manoel Historic Theatre in Valletta in Malta and at the Vienna Konzerthaus, where “the enchanting Julie Fioretti, combining a clear and graceful timbre with flawless technique” was praised by the critics.
She was recently heard as Diana in Gluck’s Iphigenie in Aulide at the Versaille Royal Opera House, and played the role of Yum-Yum in one of the rare French revivals of Gilbert & Sullivan’s Mikado. A regular accomplice of the Fuoco E Cenere ensemble, she took part in the creation of Divagations Vénitiennes in 2012 and of Judith and Esther in 2013 for the Miami Bach Society.
Year 2013 culminated with Julie winning second prize in the prestigious Concorso Renata Tebaldi in San Marino. 2014 has also begun on high note, with the release of her first recording, Judith & Esther, with the Fuoco E Cenere Ensemble.