Young mezzo with a warm voice, Floriane Hasler holds a Bachelor's degree with honors form the Conservatoire National de Musique et de Danse de Paris.
During her chilhood, she took french horn and vocal-lessons, before pursuing her studies at the Maîtrise de Notre-Dame de Paris'choir (conductor Lionel Sow) where she followed the teaching of Rosa Dominguez. She became familiar with medieval music and improved her knowledge of early music, her favourite period. In 2017, she joined the CNSMDP, where she studied a later repertoire, supported by her teachers Chantal Mathias, Florence Boissolle, etc. She also discovered the performing art with Emmanuelle Cordoliani.
The young mezzo was then chosen for several projects where she held solo parts, such as Bach cantata BWV 3 (conductor Masaaki Suzuki) and BWV 106 (conductor Stephan MacLeod), the re-creation of the Opera Giove in Argo by Antonio Lotti, in the role of Diane (conductor Léonardo García Alarcón) and has attended masterclass with Barbara Hannigan on a live broadcast from the Opéra Comique.
Floriane Hasler took her first steps on stage at the age of 23 in the operas of Versailles, Bordeaux, and Caen, in the part of the third Grace in Rossi's Orfeo (conductor Raphaël Pichon, stagingJetske Mijnssen). Passionate about J.S Bach, she performed in the Magnificat (conductor Marzena Diakun), as well as in the Saint John Passion (conductor Simon Proust) where she successively held the alto solo parts. She was also invited by the Ensemble Correspondance (conductor Sébastien Daucé) to perform extracts from works by H. Purcell.
Shortly after, she recorded M.A Charpentier's Descente d’Orphée aux Enfers with the Ensemble Desmarest (conductor Ronan Khalil), in the role of Proserpine (published by Glossa). By the same composer, she sang the part of Architecture in the Arts Florissants with the Ensemble Marguerite Louise (conductor Gaëtan Jarry). Then she collaborated with Le Poème Harmonique (conductorVincent Dumestre) with whom she sang Clérambault's Miserere on many occasions. Ardently devoted to contemporary music, she joined the ensemble Le Balcon (conductor Maxime Pascal and Alphonse Cemin) for a programme based on Claude Vivier's Voix.
She recently joined Les Ambassadeurs (conductor Alexis Kossenko) to record Achante et Céphise by J.P Rameau as the Third Priestess of Love (to be released soon by Warner Classics). She shall take part in F. Cavalli's Egisto conducted by Vincent Dumestre at the Royal Opera of Versailles and sing Didone and Volupia. Floriane Hasler is now a member of the 5th generation of the prestigious Compagny Opera Fuoco conducted by David Stern.