Aline Mayne sang the roles of The Queen of the Night in "The Magic Flute" (conduced by Phil Nuzzo), Olympia in "The Tales of Hoffmann" (conduced by Jason Tramm), and scenes from "Lucia di Lammermoor" as Lucia, from "La Traviata" as Violetta, from "Ariadne auf Naxos" as Zerbinetta, and others. She also sang the title role in the world première of the crossover musical “Grindr, the Opera”. She performed at various venues in Europe and North America, including Carnegie Hall (NYC) and La Monnaie (Brussels).
Aline Mayne studied voice with Belgian soprano Laure Delcampe and Bulgarian bass Valentin Peytchinov. She attended the Royal Conservatory of Mons (Belgium) in the the music composition major (class of Claude Ledoux), with a piano minor. There, she played piano in the Conservatory’s orchestra, sang with the choir, and also studied orchestration, music analysis, 16th century counterpoint, harmony, solfège, music history, electroacoustic music, chamber music and improvisation. Additionally, she studied classical guitar, church organ and cello at various music academies in Belgium and taught herself some bass guitar and drums. Her native language is French, she speaks some Italian and Dutch and have adequate knowledge of German and Latin.
Aline also studied dramatic arts at the Royal Athenée of Rixensart (Belgium), where she acted in plays such as “Le Marriage de Figaro” by Beaumarchais and “Spring Awakening” by Frank Wedekind. She is an award-winning and critically acclaimed singer-songwriter and regularly works in films and TV shows as actress and stuntwoman. You can find her on The Blacklist (NBC), Westworld (HBO), Fear The Walking Dead (AMC), Gotham (Fox), The Undoing (HBO), Blue Bloods (CBS), and many more. Aline has worked as a dancer and has extensive training in ballet, contemporary, jazz, vogue, tango and salsa, as well as in martial arts, weapons and stage combat. She loves rock climbing and mountaineering, horseback riding, photography and creating fine arts.