From the age of 10 and throughout her teenage years, Constance attended the École des Ballets du Nord (Northern France Ballet School) and familiarized herself with the stage. After 7 years of medical school, she surrendered to her passion for singing and attended the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel (Brussels Royal Music Academy) in Dina Grossberger’s class, then moved to Paris to further her studies under the guidance of Alexandra Papadjiakou, Robert Expert and Mariam Sarkissian. In order to enrich her skillset, Constance is curently studying in the french prestigious dramaschool the Cours Florent.
Constance’s budding artistic talent was recognized early on, and she quickly made her debut as Fiorella (Les Brigands , Offenbach) on the stage of Lille’s Sebastopol Theatre, where she later returned as Eurydice (Orphée aux Enfers, Offenbach) and Gabrielle (La Vie Parisienne, Offenbach). In 2016 she was Gluck’s Naïade (Armide) under the direction of Marc Minkowski, with the Louvres musicians in Paris and Bordeaux.
Constance loves to sing Sacred Music, and had the opportunity to work with great conductors such as Marc Minkowski, Philippe Herreweghe and Helmut Rilling. Her repertoire includes Mozart’s Exultate Jubilate, Requiem and C minor Mass, Bach’s St John's and St Matthew's Passion, Zelenka’s Missa dei Filii, Haendel’s Dixit, Rutter’s Requiem, Bach’s Magnificat...
In June 2017 she was a featured artist at the «Chorégies d’Orange » operatic music festival, the event was filmed for the « Musique en Fêtes» special program on French national TV and presented by Alain Duault who said "Constance Malta-Bey, a name to remember".
Constance received several prices such as a Golden Medal High Distinction in the 2019 Vienna International Music Competition and a Golden Medal in the 2019 Manhattan International Music Competition.