Victor Ricard

©Olivier Allard

©Olivier Allard

French Baritone Victor Sicard, was born in La Rochelle. He studied Musicology at Tours University (France) before training at Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and at the National Opera Studio. 

Recent highlights include Charpentier’s Caecilia Virgo et Martyr, a solo recital at the Festival de Thiré in France, concerts for the Oxford Lieder Festival with pianists Graham Johnson (programme of songs by Gabriel Fauré) and Anna Cardona, a series of concerts Louis XIV; Le Roi Soleil with Les Arts Florissants in France and Brussels, Ormonte in Handel’s Partenope with Il Pomo D’Oro (Paris, Amsterdam, Pamplona, Essen and Madrid), Coronation Mass with Ensemble OTrente, and Levite in Handel’s Solomon in Hanover, and St. John Passion with Ensemble Aedes under Mathieu Romano.

In 2016-2017, performances will include Philinte in Les Amants Magnifiques with Le Concert Spirituel and Hervé Niquet, a Mozart concert with Accentus and Laurence Equilbey, Haydn’s Il Terremoto with Vincent Dumestre and Le Poème Harmonique in Cracovie, and a program of Gretry and Rameau with Opera Lafayette in the USA.