Sophie performs in Europe, Asia and the United States. Her knowledge of the Baroque, Classical, Romantic and contemporary repertoires stems from her experience, talent and thirst for learning. She is the first Carmen at the Saigon Opera in Vietnam, a role she went on to perform on various French national stages, and then Saint-Saëns’s Frédégonde in the same house, Jacqueline in Gounod’s Le Médecin malgré lui at the Saint-Etienne Opera House, Nancy Tang in Adams’s Nixon in China at the Théâtre du Châtelet. She premiered the role of Galathée in Pesson’s Pastorale at the Théâtre du Châtelet, she performed Candelas in Falla’s El Amor Brujo, Ulrica in Verdi’s Masked Ball at Mancinelli Theatre in Italy, Offenbach’s La Grande Duchesse de Gérolstein, La Périchole, etc…


13th-27th of April, 2024
May 30th, 2024
June 7th, 2024


“A warm, powerful, melodious voice… Magnificent!”

La Provence newspaper

“Sophie Leleu plays Frédégonde with aplomb, singing with malice and subtlety.”

London’s Opera Magazine, Bradley Winterton

“A nanny bursting with joie de vivre!”

Der Neue Merker, Walter Nowotny


"De Femmes en Femmes" album

Edition of my new creation "Sur l'étoffe de mon âme" - Commissioned by Ensemble ARS NOVA
(scheduled for April 2024)


Sophie Leleu will be back on stage soon.


Alto Rhapsodie by Brahms

Solosit part in Alto Rhapsodie by Brahms and Standchen in festival Histoires de Choeurs in Saint-Palais sur Mer, direction E. Piaud


Harfentreffen Festival

Solo concert "Le feu & l'eau" (harp and vocals) and workshop at the Harfentreffen Festival at Kirchen-Freusburg Castle, Germany


“De femmes en femmes” / Festival Présence Compositrices

Concert "De femmes en femmes" Sephardic melodies & duet compositions (harp, vocals and percussion) with Marti Ilmar Uibo at Abbaye de la Celle