After studying English (the language of his mother) at the University of Toulouse, Marc Manodritta started a career as a professional singer in 1995 with Olivier Desbordes at “Opéra Eclaté”. He participates in nearly 400 representations of various works, including “The Grand Duchess of Gerolstein”, “Manon”, “The Beautiful Helen”, “The Marriage of Figaro”, “Tosca”…He continues his training in the professional adult choir of Notre-Dame de Paris, where he participates in master classes with V. Rosza, M. Isepp, U. Reinemann …. He joined the “Les Éléments” chamber choir (ensemble of the year 2006 at the Victoires de la Musique), directed by Joël Suhubiette, since its creation in 1997, then in 2002 the Accentus choir (ensemble 2002 and 2005 at Victoires de la Musique), directed by L. Equilbey. With these two ensembles, he sings in Canada, Japan, Brazil, Uruguay and all over Europe, takes part in a dozen recordings, and works with conductors like Pierre Boulez or Michel Plasson, Kurt Masur and Myung Whun. Chung when he sings with the Radio France Choir. As a soloist, he is regularly invited by F. Terrieux and the Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées Regional Choir, where he has sung Rossini’s The Little Mass for Mass, Haydn’s Mass, and Mendelssohn’s Lauda Sion. In 2003, in Rome, during the commemorative concert of the death of Luciano Berio, he sang in “Labyrinthus II” and “Canticum Novissimi testamenti” for eight solo voices. He is regularly hired by Joël Suhubiette to interpret Haydn’s “Theresienmesse” or Mozart’s “Requiem”. He created in 2001 “Farewell to the Shade”, his own ensemble, with which he devoted himself to his favorite composers, Schumann, Schubert, Vaughan-Williams and Britten.