Clarisse Dalles began music at the Versailles Conservatory throught the piano. At 15, she discovered the love of singing by joining the Maîtrise de Radio France then joined the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris (CNSMDP) in the class of Frédéric Gindraux, as well as the Académie Musicale Philippe Jarrousky.
Passionate about Lied repertoire and French melody, she won the Young Hope prize at the Gordes International Lieders and Melodies Competition. She received the Presence Compositrices prize at the Marmande International Competition, as well as the Best Duo Prize at the Toulouse International French Melody Competition.
Noted for her “remarkable French diction”, she regularly performs in this repertoire with companies such as Les Brigands, Le Palazetto Bru Zane and this year in March with the role of Béatrice in “Coup de Roulis” by André Messager, at the 'Opéra de Compiègne and at the Théâtre de l'Athénée in Paris, directed by Sol Espeche and with the Frivolités Parisiennes orchestra, conducted by Alexandra Cravero.
She is getting the grade of Adami Classic Talent Revelation in 2022.
She has recorded with the very great pianist Anne Le Bozec a disc of French melodies by woman composers, under the Présence Compositrices Label, and whose release is scheduled for January 2024.
She is part of the 2023/24 academy of the Versailles Royal Opera.