Sabine Revault d’Allonnes began her musical education by first studying the violin in France with Alexis Galpérine, Suzanne Gessner as well as Norbert Brainin, first violin of the Amadeus Quartet. She graduated from the CNR of Boulogne Billancourt (France) with two first prizes in violin and chamber music. Fascinated by singing at a very young, she chose voice as her musical path. She obtained her diploma in voice at the CNR of Aubervilliers (France) and won prizes in several competitions. In 2009 she received first prizes in Opera and French Melody at the Marmande International Opera Competition.
On stage, she has performed an eclectic repertoire ranging from opera to operetta: in 2011, she sang Susanna in The Marriage of Figaro with Armando Noguera (Tours Opera Company, France). In 2010 she appeared on stage singing alongside such fine singers as Mireille Delunsch, in Fidelio, Beethoven, in the role of Marzelline and in Les Dialogues des Carmélites, Poulenc, singing the role of Soeur Constance alongside Karine Deshayes. Sabine made her debut in the role of Giulietta, Capuleti e Montecchi, Bellini, in the Tours Opera Company. Other roles include performing as Violetta, in La Traviata, Verdi; Belinda, Dido and Aeneas, Purcell; Pamina and the First Lady, The Magic Flute; Missia Palmieri, The Merry Widow, Lehar; Gabrielle, La Vie Parisienne, Offenbach. She performed in a 2009 production of Orphée aux Enfers, Offenbach for the Aix-en-Provence Festival.
Sabine also performs as an Oratorio soloist. She participated in the production of Saintes Maries de la Mer, a world premier recording of this work by composer Emile Paladilhe. In 2009, she participated in the recording of the Heart of Mill, Déodat de Séverac under Jean-Yves Ossonce’s direction.
Very fond of melody and lieder, Sabine regularly performs this repertoire in recital with pianists such as Romain David, François Dumont and François Kerdoncuff. She will soon record melodies by Massenet with pianist Samuel Jean for a CD produced by the label Timpani Records.