Young Belgian conductor, Cyril Englebert studied at the Liège Conservatory where he has been graduated in piano and conducting. At the same time, he participates in several international conducting competitions and works with renowned conductors such as Yuri Simonov, Sir Neville Marriner, Patrick Davin, Ronald Zollman, Pierre Bartholomée, Georges-Elie Octors ...
He was also the musical and artistic director of the Jean-Noël Hamal orchestra for six seasons, as well as two choirs from the Liège region. Spotted by Stefano Mazzonis di Pralafera in 2010, he hired him as assistant to the musical direction in November 2010 at the Opéra Royal de Wallonie-Liège. Several engagements will follow at the head of the orchestral musicians of Liège to ensure the musical direction of several performances hailed by critics (Offenbach / Belle Hélène, Puccini / Tosca, Auber / Manon Lescaut, Offenbach / Orphée aux Enfers, … )
These opportunities allow him to work with, among others, Paolo Arrivabeni, Christian Zacharias, Claudio Scimone, Jose Cura, Lionel Lhote, Sumi Jo, Sebastien Droy, Mark Rucker, Daniella Dessi, June Anderson, Jodie Devos, Marc Laho, …
Passionate also by symphonic music, he is regularly invited by the Hulencourt Soloist Chamber Orchestra and the Liege Royal Philharmonic.
Recently he was brought to work at the Metz-Métropole Opera to conduct Donizetti / Don Pasquale and took over at a moment's notice the musical direction of Benatsky / L'Auberge du Cheval Blanc.
In 2018-2019 season, Cyril Englebert has been invited to open the lyric season at Metz-Metropole Opera with Gounod / Faust. He will also open the lyric season at Reims Opera with Gounod / Faust and then return for Benatsky / L'auberge du cheval blanc.