Marie-Cécile Leclerc

After receiving a musicology degree from the University of Paris and a degree in Music and Sound Technology from the Paris Conservatory, Marie-Cécile Leclerc joined  Opéra Bastille in Paris as a sound engineer. She first stage managed at the Aix-en-Provence International Festival and has since worked in France and abroad, focusing on innovative productions that utilize new techniques and methods. She has worked on such productions as William Kentridge’s The Magic Flute, Michel van der Aa’s Sunken Garden, and George Benjamin and Katie Mitchell’s Lessons in Love and Violence. As part of the Aix-en- Provence Festival, Ms. Leclerc took part in Opéra National de Lyon’s production of Ravel’s L'Enfant et les sortilèges with James Bonas and Grégoire Pont.

(June 2019)