The "Barbiere" of Florian Sempey
"After the Parisian triumph of his Figaro at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in December 2017 (alongside Catherine Trottmann), Florian Sempey has already had the chance to sing his favorite role in the same production at the Opéra de Marseille, at the Grand Théâtre du Luxemboug before returning soon to the theater where he made his debuts, the Opéra de Bordeaux…"
Isabelle Druet and Florian Sempey live a fairy tale
For the revival of this production at the Opéra national de Paris, Isabelle Druet returns to the role of Tisbé, one of the two tyrannical sisters, whom she had already played in 2017 ; Florian Sempey, a recidivist from Rossini, will play for the first time the role of Dandini at the Opéra national de Paris, a role he had already sung at the Opéra de Limoges in 2017.
Florian Sempey, Doctor in Marriage(s)
""Silly is the one who gets married in old age." So ends Don Pasquale: on a wise saying that does not lack irony and summarizes the setbacks of his hero, rich bachelor eager to marry and deceived by his nephew Ernesto and his young bride Norina. Dr. Malatesta is the great strategist who allows Ernesto, nephew of Don Pasquale and sole heir..."
Florian Sempey sings enrico
"For Florian Sempey, nothing better than singing Donizetti's music between two Barbers of Seville. And rather twice, than one! After his debuts in the role of Enrico in Lucia di Lammermoor at the Opéra Grand Avignon in April 2016, the baritone Florian Sempey will sing it again, this time in his town, Bordeaux...."
Figaro Si, Florian Là !
"If Beaumarchais were to give a family name to Figaro, it would certainly be Sempey, so these two are one, to the point of sharing the same initials! After the Parisian triumph of his Figaro at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées last December (alongside Catherine Trottmann), Florian Sempey sings again his favorite role in this same production of Laurent Pelly ... "
Catherine Trottmann and Florian Sempey sing Il Barbiere di Siviglia
"In the next few days, the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées is bringing together two of the most prominent young opera artists of the moment. Whether it's a role debut for one or a a well-known and beloved role for the other, mezzo Catherine Trottmann and baritone Florian Sempey will undoubtedly do wonders in this new production of the Barber of Seville..."