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Delphine Haidan is a contemporary French mezzo-soprano.
Trained by choral conductor Jacques Grimbert and holder of a Master's degree in musicology from the Sorbonne, Delphine Haidan won an opera prize at the Conservatoire de Paris and several prizes in international competitions. She then entered the École d'art lyrique of the Paris Opera and was engaged by the Opéra in Peer Gynt under the direction of Neeme Järvi and Stravinsky's Les noces. In 1998, she was selected at the Victoires de la musique classique. The same year she sang the role of Mallika in Delibes' Lakmé alongside Natalie Dessay (Lakmé) under the direction of Michel Plasson.