Following her instrumental and vocal studies, Élisabeth Baudry made her début in 1982 at the Fenice in Venice in Les Indes galantes. Then followed Orlando and Ormindo with the Arcal, Platée, Hyppolite et Aricie, La Clémence de Titus and Psyche at the Festival d’Aix en Provence. Her eclecticism brought her to works as varied as Tarare, Le Roi Pausole, Parsifal, Mahagonny, Le Cid and Knot Garden. In 1986 she first sang the role of Suzanne (Marriage of Figaro), then Zerlina (Don Giovanni). Her recitals have included works by Orff, Honegger, Poulenc and Purcell, various oratorios by Bach, Handel and Cavallieri, and the Requiem and Mass in C major by Mozart.