Sophie Collin is a versatile and enthusiastic coloratura soprano. She graduated cum laude with her master's degree in Opera singing in August 2022 at Conservatorium Maastricht in the class of Axel Everaert.
Her 2023-2024 season includes the role of Rosina (Il Barbiere di Siviglia) with the company Opera Viva Festival as well as the soprano solo part in the famous Carmina Burana with Städtische Musikgesellschaft Eschweiler, in Germany.
Last season, she sang the role of Cupidon in Orphée aux Enfers and the spoken role of Helene Eliot in the musical Lady in the dark with the company Opera Zuid. In addition, she played Gherardino in Gianni Schicchi in Zomeropera Alden Biesen.
Sophie made her debut as Olympia and as Despina at the Conservatorium of Maastricht in 2022. She's also had the opportunity to perform with the company Opera Spanga as Frasquita in the Bizet's opera Carmen in July 2021 in The Netherlands.
Sophie's previous engagements also includes her performances as Zerlina in "Don Giovanni" in February 2020 at the Theater Rudolstadt in Germany and as Papagena in "Die Zauberflöte" by W.A Mozart at the Lyric Opera Studio Weimar in 2019. She also sang Zosia at the Koncertowa, in Łódź (Poland), in the Polish opera 'Flis" by Stanisław Moniuszko through the EOA (European Opera Academy).
Sophie has a heart for giving back to the community, regularly performing at retirement homes with the association Jong voor Oud.
Her curiosity extends beyond music, as she holds a Bachelor's degree in musicology from the University of Nice in 2013, and a Master's degree in media and creative industries policies and strategies from the University of Cologne and the University of Paris XIII. Her master thesis focused on the recruitment of opera singers in French opera houses.