Delphine Doriola discovered early on her love of performance as part of the Children's Choir of the Opéra de Montpellier in Werther, Tosca, Carmen, La Gioconda, among others. She also danced for several years and created a children's dance group.

During her studies, she received First Prize in Singing and the Award of Excellence from the Conservatoire International de Musique de Paris (1997), the Prize of the Conservatoire National de Région de Rueil-Malmaison (2001), the Gold Medal unanimously awarded by the jury of the Conservatoire National de Région de Versailles, as well as First Prize in the Concours Européen de Musique de Picardie (2002).

In addition to her vocal training, she completed a theatre apprenticeship (Cours Charles Dullin) and performed theatrical fencing under the guidance of master fencing instructors at the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Techniques du Théâtre (ENSATT).

She has already performed Jacques Offenbach's La Vie Parisienne 200 times (produced by Jérôme Savary) at the Opéra Comique de Paris, and works such as Kurt Weill's One Touch of Venus (Opéra de Lyon, 2006 and 2007).

Following in the footsteps of Denise Duval, she greatly enjoys singing the works of Francis Poulenc, from Mamelles de Tirésias to Stabat Mater.

She has been welcomed at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC, the Shanghai Opera, the Compiègne Château, and in Paris at the Salle Cortot, the Salle Pleyel and the Hôtel de Ville. She was guest soloist for the Orchestre des Hôpitaux de Paris, the Orchestre Eugénie, the Orchestre Bernard Thomas, for the Portugal International Music Festival, and in Milan for a concert honouring Maria Callas.

She recently participated in the first edition of Voix Célestes at the Abbaye de Royaumont (Val-d'Oise) under the direction of Bernard Tétu, Joris Verdin and Joël-Marie Fauquet. Through this she has gained experience with 19th century French sacred music accompanied by organ or harmonium (César Franck, Théodore Dubois, Massenet, Gounod, Saint-Saëns, etc.).

Currently a student of Christine Schweitzer, Delphine Doriola is now focusing on a repertory of French and Italian opera, works that fully express the power and colour of her voice.