Since he made his debut in Berlin Deutsche Oper in the role of Zurga/Les Pecheurs de Perles , Canadian baritone Etienne Dupuis has become a rising star in the international stage and has performed in Opera, concerts and recitals in Canada and Europe. He was back in Berlin Deustche Oper for Figaro/Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Germont/la Traviata, Marcello/La Bohème, Silvio/Pagliacci, Hoël/Dinorah ; he also sang Marcello/La Bohème in Vancouver Opera, André Thorel from Massenet's Thèrèse and La Vivandiere from Benjamin Godard with Festival de Radio France in Montpellier, Valentin/Faust, Joe de Rocher/Dead Man Walking and Figaro/Il Barbiere di Siviglia with Montreal Opera, Zurga/Les Pecheurs de Perles with Opera National du Rhin and Opéra de Nantes, the Count of Nozze di Figaro with Calgary Opera, Metternich from L'Aiglon with Montreal Symphony Orchestra.
Etienne Dupuis made his studies in Montreal and started his career in Montreal Opera where he sang in various productions ; he was then invited for Lescaut in Puccini's Manon Lescaut for the New Israeli Opera, Marcello in La Bohème with Opéra de Québec, Opéra de Montréal and Edmonton Opera, Papageno from Die Zauberflöte for the Vancouver Opera and Opéra de Tours, Mercutio from Romeo et Juliette with Opéra de Québec and in Hawaii Opera Theatre, Figaro in Il barbiere di Siviglia for Opéra de Marseille, Opéra de Montpellier, Opéra de Massy and Opera d'Avignon. He was also Silvano from Un ballo in Maschera with Opéra de Paris, Silvio from I Pagliacci with Opera de Montréal and Opera de Marseille, Lescaut from Massenet's Manon with Calgary Opera, Schaunard with Opéra de Monte Carlo, Enrico from Lucia di Lammermoor with Opéra de Québec, Escamillo from Carmen with Pacific Opera Victoria, Valentin from Faust with Opéra de Tours, John Sorel from Menotti's Consul with Opera de Montreal, Johnny Rockfort in the operatic version of Starmania with Québec and Montreal Opera:
Among his main projects : several productions with Berlin Deutsche Oper, L'Heure Espagnole & l'Enfant et les Sortilèges with Glyndebourne Festival, Albert from Werther at the Liceo, Lescaut from Massenet's Manon at the Opera de Marseille, Claudio/Beatrice et Benedicte with La Monnaie in Brussels, Cecil/Maria Stuarda with Opera d'Avignon Opera , Zurga/Les Pecheurs de Perles with Zurich Opera, Germont/La Traviata with Opéra du Rhin in Strasbourg