Mathias Vidal graduated in Musicology from the University of Nice. He studied singing with teacher Christiane Patard and graduated from the Paris National Conservatoire in 2003. He was awarded the title of “révélation classique” from the ADAMI in 2007. His repertoire includes Italian bel-canto roles such as Ernesto from Don Pasquale (Lisbon), Elvino from La Sonnambula (Bolshoï in Moscow), Almaviva from Il Barbiere di Siviglia (Saint-Céré) and Ramiro from La Cenerentola (Gut-Immling).
Praised for his qualities in the baroque repertoire, he took part in Hippolyte et Aricie at the Glyndebourne Festival, he sang the title role of Pygmalion (Houston, Dallas, and recorded the piece in New York), he took part in The King Arthur (Montpellier, Versailles, Besançon), The Indian Queen (Schwetzingen), l’Incoronazione di Poppea (Teatro Real in Madrid, Salle Pleyel in Paris, Lille, Dijon), and La Didone by Cavalli (Caen, Luxembourg, and Théâtre des Champs Elysées in Paris), L’Orfeo and La Calisto (Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich), Le Temple de la Gloire by Rameau (Lièges and Versailles), the title role in Platée (Japan), the title role in Dardanus (Versailles).
In the French light-music repertoire, he sang Aristée and Pluton from Orphée aux Enfers (Aix-en-Provence Festival, Lausanne, Toulon, Dijon), Piquillo and Don Pedro From La Périchole (Dijon, Lille, Nantes, Rennes, Angers), Lorenzo from Fra Diavolo (Compiègne), Oreste from La Belle Hélène (Montpellier), and Camille de Coutançon from The Merry Widow (Montpellier), and the title role in Offenbach’s Barbe-Bleue (Angers, Nantes).