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Andréa Guiot (born 11 January 1928) is a French 20th-century soprano.
Born in Garons (Gard), Guiot won the First prizes in singing and opera of the Conservatoire de Paris as well as the prix Osiris in 1955.
She then joined the Réunion des théâtres lyriques nationaux and was a member of the Opera Company from 1956 to 1973. From 1959 onwards, she played major roles at the Paris Opera: Marguerite in Faust (1959), and created that of Micaëla when Carmen was first given there.Andréa Guiot put an end to her theatrical career in Strasbourg in 1975, as Elisabeth de Valois in Verdi's Don Carlos.
Since 1977, she has been a professor at the Paris Conservatoire and subsequently gave highly sought-after individual lessons.Andréa Guiot is a Chevalier in the Ordre national du Mérite and Commandeur of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres.