Amelle Parys, born in 1993 in the Paris region, already began studying music with piano, viola and choir at the age of five at the Conservatoire Départemental du Blanc-Mesnil.
After an internship in artistic and musical direction with the Pasdeloup Orchestra, she joined the Aubervilliers regional conservatory in piano and music theory.
In 2009, she joined Jacques Calatayud's lyric singing class at the Nadia and Lili Boulanger Conservatory in Paris (9th arr.) until 2012 - when she passed her exams and obtained her baccalaureate in Music and Dance Technique at the Lycée Jean de la Fontaine in Paris (16th arr.).
After obtaining her diplomas at the Aubervilliers Regional Conservatory in piano and musical culture, she joined a lyric singing programme at the Institut de Chant de Bourgogne and studied with Mr Jean-Pierre Blivet.
During masterclasses, she had the opportunity to i.a. work with Christian Segaricci (conductor), Bojidar Nikolov (tenor), Peter Valentovic (conductor), Sylvie Valayre (soprano), as well as with Jennifer Larmore (mezzo) for whom she sang during the Gala in Luxembourg, organised by the Fondation Nei Stemmen, for which she is a scholarship holder.
Under the patronage of the Menuhin Gstaad Festival, she joined the Gstaad Vocal Academy, directed by Silvana-Bartoli, for the 2019 season.
Frequently invited to participate in numerous concerts and festivals, such as the Nice festival 'C'est pas classique', Amelle Parys is looking back at being a finalist in several reputable international competitions and won the 1. Prize at the Ljuba Welitsch competition in Vienna in 2017.