Janson studied singing at the conservatory in Montpellier. He made his debut in Montpellier as Vincent.
He first sang successfully in the French province and also made guest appearances outside France. He appeared between 1935 and 1939
at La Monnaie, in
Switzerland and North Africa.
During the 1939–40 season, he sang at the Opéra-Comique.
At that time, his repertory included Faust, Gérald, des Grieux, Werther, José, Nadir, Duca, Alfredo, Pinkerton, Cavaradossi, ...
At the beginning of the 1930s in Nancy, he first sang Sou-Chong. He had such a success that he sang the role all over France and
He had a similar success as Octavio in Giuditta.
In spite of his success as an operetta tenor, he kept his operatic repertory.
He continued to sing after the Second World War. He took over more and more often the stage direction, and retired in 1964.
He taught singing at the conservatory in Casablanca.
Das Land des Lächelns on February 20, 1938
Das Land des Lächelns on March 26, 1939 with Cartry, Blanchard/S. Essler, R. Tobelli
Season 1935/6 Giuditta
Season 1938/9 Manon
Werther on February 24, 1939. He sang also Manon (des Grieux) and in the world premiere of La nuit embaumée by Hirschmann as Noureddine, with Vina Bovy as
Reference: Kutsch & Riemens