Patrick Husson was born in Ammerschwihr near Colmar, France on July 26, 1960. He sang as a soloist in several church choirs, where his "angel like" soprano voice (it is said that his voice never broke), was discovered. He studied at Colmar conservatory and went to Basel/CH in order to improve his vocal technique at the Schola Cantorum Basilienis.

He sings sacred music and modern arrangements of classical arias, his range is that of a true soprano:
c' - e''' (C4 - E6).


1. Thomas Bloch: Christ Hall (Hommage à Marc Chagall)
K 617 K.617006 (mini disc, 21', cf. external link)
2. Allegri - Miserere mei deus
K 617 K.617015
2. Patrick Husson, sopraniste (new compilation of 1. and 2.)
K 617 K.617047
4. Adèle B.: Dingue Tangue
Shimp phonograms 941302 (track list)
5. Patrick Husson: Le Jardinier
Sony (France) COL 478117-2
6. Cyril Morin: (flood),
Distant Music SP 251
7. Patrick Husson: Hommes, femmes, mode d'emploi (film music)
Sony (France) COL 485123-2
8. Thomas Bloch: Tirage limité (compilation of film music)
TGB 961
9. Patrick Husson: Chants de noël at Chants sacrés
AMS Organisation, Limited edition
10. Floid: "Psykealcoolunatik"
TGB 9346
He also played the film rôle as a street singer in the film Hommes, femmes, mode d'emploi
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