The Belgian soprano, Céline Vieslet, studied solo singing with Annie Frantz at the Conservatoire de Verviers (Belgium). In 2002 he joined the singing class of Marcel Vanaud at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, where she won first prize for singing as a soloist in 2003. From 1996 to 2001 she studied at the Conservatory of Liege, completing her studies with Master of Music degree degree with honors in music theory and methodology. She also studied Baroque singing at the Royal Conservatory in the region of Metz, in the class OF Monique Zanetti, in which she was awarded Medal in 2003.
Céline Vieslet is a member of the World Youth Choir, the vocal ensemble Hodie and Choeur de Chambre de Namur. She works regularly as a soloist with Arpeggiatta (Christina Pluhar), Basso col, Muffatis Les (Peter Van Heyghen), Laudantes Consort, Capella Henry Dumont and Akadêmia Ensemble (Françoise Lasserre). She is also Soprano vocalist and founding member of the Lettera Amorosa Ensemble.