Rémy Brès-Feuillet has a degree in law and studied accordion at the Avignon Conservatory. He also took up vocal studies at the Marseille Conservatory and perfected his technique with Magali Damonte. He attended master classes given by Susan Manoff, Brigitte Balleys and Sandrine Piau. He was awarded the Young Singers Prize at the Gordes International Competition by the Centre Français de Promotion Lyrique and won first prize at the Marmande International Singing Competition in 2019. The Gabriel Dussurget Foundation also presented him with a Young Talent Award at the 2019 Festival d’Aix-en-Provence. He made his stage debut in the role of Triadelor in the world premiere of the opera BaroKKo at the Academic Theatre in Perm (Russia) and at the Baltic House Festival 2019 (St Petersburg) in a production by Serge Noyelle. He regularly collaborates with the company Théâtre NoNo, with whom he undertakes research around the countertenor voice in theatre and contemporary music. With Mareike Schellenberger at the conservatory in Aix-en-Provence, he studied song and contemporary music. He performs regularly with the baroque ensemble Concerto Soave, most recently in Handel’s Admeto at the Scène Nationale de la Criée (Marseille) and at the Namurain Festival. Other engagements include Carmina Burana at the Opéra de Saint-Etienne and Denio in Carlo Pallavicino’s L’amazzone corsara at the Innsbruck Early Music Festival. With pianist Yoann Pourre, he has performed at the Lavaux Classic Festival (Switzerland), the Festival Les Musicales du Luberon (Gordes) and La Folle Criée (Marseille), among others, where they presented romantic and contemporary works. Most recently he was heard as Tolomeo (Giulio Cesare) at the Leipzig Opera. In 2023 Rémy Brès-Feuillet makes his debut at the Bayreuth Baroque Opera Festival.