This French tenor, Hervé Lamy, made his debut at the age of 10 with the Petits Chanteurs de Sainte-Croix de Neuilly (the Little Singers of St. Croix of Neuilly). He then went on to sing with the Choeur Grégorien de Paris, La Chapelle Royale in 1982, and then the Ensemble Vocal Européen directed by Philippe Herreweghe. He still appears with them, as well as with La Fenice, Akademia - Ensemble Vocal Regional de Champagne-Ardenne, Ricercar Consort, and at the Centre Baroque de Versailles. Lamy also sings with the ancient music ensembles Gilles Binchois and A Sei Voci. While he primarily sings arias, Lieder, and in oratorios, Lamy frequently appears in operas and has sung in Haydn's Armida, Darius Milhaud's Pauvre Matelot, Tippett's The Knot Garden, and Monteverdi's Orfeo, and in Jacques Castérède's Sainte-Foy de Conques.
Hervé Lamy has participated in numerous recordings, including songs by W.A. Mozart, the Dichterliebe (Loves of a Poet) by Robert Schumann, and on 1997's "Christus Rex: A Tenor's Tribute to Gregorian Chant", which was awarded the prestigious Diapason d'Or.