Karl Laquit began his musical way by learning the choral singing and the piano.

During his studying year in the M.A.I (Music Academy International) in Nancy, he met Sophie Norton who advised him to join a conservatory of music. Since then, he has been totally dedicating himself to music by joining the CRD Gautier of Epinal (France) and having his Diploma of Musical Studies in the class of singing of Robert Boschiero.

After a competition, he met Elena Vassilieva with who he first worked on his voice of French-style “Haute-contre”, particularly the role of « Platée » composed by Rameau, his countertenor voice too, then his tenor voice with roles such as Belmonte in  » Die Entführung aus dem Serail  » of Mozart and the Italian tenor in « Der Rosenkavalier » of Strauss.

Contemporary tenor, sometimes Haute-contre, sometimes countertenor, he possesses a hyper tessiture and dedicated to virtuosity.

Hardened by several international masterclasses and competitions (artistic competition of Epinal (France), artistic competition of the French Musical confederation in Paris), he joined the CNSM of Lyon (France).

In parallel of his study, he started to work with the orchestra of  » Les siècles romantiques  » supervised by Jean-Philippe Dubor who he sang with, for among other productions the “Carmina Burana” by Orff, the “Stabat Mater” by Rossini, or the “Messa di Gloria” by Puccini and Rossini (this one of Rossini, Auvergne Rhone-Alpes creation in January 2018, have been widely welcomed about the virtuosity and the top notes).

With “GerMANIA”, the composer Alexander Raskatov gave the opportunity to Karl Laquit to make his debut at the opera of Lyon for a role especially written for his voice, the “Pink Giant”. This extremely technic role, with a lot of top notes, provoked in the medias of lot of reactions taking expressions like “inhuman tessiture” or “stratospheric top notes”.

For the upcoming season, Karl will sing several recitals and the “Stabat Mater” by the composer Théodore Gouvy with the orchestra “Les siècles romantiques”.