Born in France, Marguerite d’Orsay began her musical education as a violinist at the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Rueil-Malmaison. She was invited to study singing privately with american singing teacher Joan Marie Bauman at the age of 21, and was awarded the Diplome de Fin D’Etude in singing at the Conservatoire des Yvelines Singing Competition.
In 2008, Marguerite was awarded the 2nd medal in Art Lyrique at the Leopold Bellan International Singing Competition. She continued her studies with Margaret Roest in The Hague, where she had the occasion to sing in concert with international renown organist Ben van Oosten.
In 2009, Marguerite graduated with commendations from the foundation course in music at the University of Ulster, Northern Ireland.
Subsequently, Marguerite has sung in the chorus for Co-Opera Company’s productions of La Boheme and The Marriage of Figaro, and participated in masterclass with Della Jones and Mary Wiegold at the Dartington International Summer School. In the academic year 2011-12, Marguerite studied at the Morley College Opera School.
Marguerite d’Orsay obtained her Bachelors Honours degree in Music in the prestigious music department of Royal Holloway University in Surrey. She has also participated in the Intensive Training Course at the National Opera Studio in London, where she received vocal coaching with Michael Pollock, singing masterclasses with Kathryn Harries and Della Jones, movement classes with Mandy Demetriou and stagecraft with Alex Fuchs.
In October 2018, she was a finalist at the George Enesco International Singing Competition which was held in Paris.
Marguerite is currently studying singing in Paris with American Singer Henry Runey.