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Yulia Van Doren

Soprano Yulia Van Doren’s recent appearances include concerts with Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra; her debuts with the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Columbus Symphony, and at the Oregon Bach Festival; and a return to the Toronto Symphony for a program of opera arias and duets. She last appeared with Music of the Baroque in April 2014.

Recent highlights include creating the female lead in the world premiere of Shostakovich’s Orango with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, two Grammy-nominated opera recordings with the Boston Early Music Festival, the modern revival of Monsigny’s opera Le roi et le fermier at L'Opéra Royal de Versailles, Lincoln Center, and the Kennedy Center (recorded for Naxos), her Carnegie Hall debut in the premiere of a specially-commissioned work by composer Angel Lam, Scarlatti’s Tigrane at Opéra de Nice, and Nielsen’s Symphony No. 3 with the American Symphony Orchestra.

Yulia Van Doren’s previous seasons have included appearances at the Kennedy Center in Actéon with Opera Lafayette; performances with the Radio Kamer Filharmonie, including her Concertgebouw debut in the title role in Handel’s Acis and Galatea;her debuts with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Toronto, Baltimore, and Milwaukee symphonies and at the Oregon Bach Festival; a tour to the Mostly Mozart, Ravinia, and Tanglewood festivals with Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra in Handel’s Orlando; and Messiah with the Houston Symphony and Vancouver Chamber Choir. She also appeared in Thomson’s Four Saints in Three Acts with Mark Morris Dance Group at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.

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