From baroque to contemporary music, Cyrielle deploys her long ambitus and her powerful voice easily in vibrant lyric repertoire, but also in more vocalizing roles and chamber music.
She first encountered classical music at ten, when she began to study the piano. She had always loved singing, but as she wanted to learn to control her voice, she decided to take classes at 17. She developed her love for singing and acting in Claudine le Coz' and Pierre Catala's classes, in the conservatoire of Paris' 10th arrondissement. She entered the Paris Conservatoire (Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris) in Chantal Mathias' class in 2015. In 2017, she joined the fourth generation of singers in the Opera Fuoco troupe, directed by David Stern, and took part in many master classes during which she met prestigious artists: Karine Deshayes, Dame Felicity Lott, Jeff Cohen...
In May 2018 she sang the Fourth Servant in Strauss' Elektra in the Opera National of Bordeaux. Later this year, she sang Elettra in Mozart's Idomeneo, conducted by David Stern and staged by Elsa Rooke. In 2019 she embodied Ortlinde in Wagner's Die Walküre in the Opera National of Bordeaux, directed by Paul Daniel and staged by Julia Burbach. She took part in the Académie de la Voix in les Treilles in October 2019 with Dame Felicity Palmer, and is prizewinner of the Tarrazzi and France Dauphin de Verna's foundations, and recently, prizewinner of the Meyer and Kriegelstein foundations. She joined the Academy Jaroussky in September 2020 and recorded at the same time her first CD entitled Muses éternelles with her pianist Kaoli Ono, with the label Mirage futur. In 2022-2023, she is Sacerdotessa in Aïda's Verdi and Zweite Dame in Zauberflöte's Mozart in Opera of Montpellier.