Amelle Parys was born in 1993 in the suburbs of Paris, in France. At the age of 5, she started playing the piano, viola, music theory, and choir at Departmental Conservatoire of Blanc-Mesnil, France.
After having completed an internship in artistic and musical direction of the Pasdeloup Orchestra and obtaining her degrees at Regional Conservatoire of Aubervilliers in Pianoforte and Music Theory, Amelle went on to continue her singing studies by integrating an opera program at the Higher Vocal Institut of Burgundy.
In several masterclasses, she got the opportunity to work with masters, such as Jean-Pierre Blivet (teacher of Nathalie Dessay), the Conductor Christian Segaricci, the tenor Bojidar Nikolov, the Conductor Peter Valentovic, the soprano Sylvie Valayre and the mezzo-soprano Jennifer Larmore.
She integrates this season 2019 the Gstaad Vocal Academy, directed by Silvana Bazzoni-Bartoli, under the patronage of the Menuhin Gstaad Festival.
Frequently invited to numerous concerts and festivals, as the Nice Festival C’est pas classique, Amelle Parys was finalist of several international vocal competitions and was winner of the first prize at Ljuba Welitsch Singing Competition in Vienna in 2017.