Anaïs Yvoz mezzo-soprano
The french mezzo-soprano Anaïs Yvoz studied singing and music theory in Switzerland, in the Lausanne’s Music Academy, where she graduated with a master of Arts in Opera Singing and Interpretation. She had the opportunity during her studies to work on her interpretation of early music with Gabriel Garrido and Leonardo Garcia Alarcon in the Geneva’s Music Academy, and on the contemporary repertoire with William Blank and the Lemanic Modern Ensemble.
From 2017 to 2019, Anaïs was a member of the National Opera Studio in the Strasbourg’s Opera, where she performed the roles of Barbarina (Le Nozze di Figaro, Mozart), Second Sheep and Angel (Mouton, Kassies), Périzade (Barkouf, Offenbach), Zerlina (Don Giovanni, Mozart), and covered the roles of Mélisande and Donna Elvira.
During the season 2019-2020, she was invited as a guest at Opéra National du Rhin to perform the roles of Chava (Un Violon sur le Toit, Bock) and Zweite Blumenmädchen (Parsifal, Wagner). She works as a soloist with multiple ensembles and orchestras, mostly in France and Switzerland, with a various repertoire going from early music to contemporary music and musical.
In 2020, Anaïs won the second price in the International Music Competition Léopold Bellan, and the song price in the Vivonne’s International Voice Competition.
Her next engagements will lead her back to contemporary music with two creations in the Opera National du Rhin, and she will sing her first Juditha in Vivaldi’s Juditha Triumphant, in Geneva, in September 2021, in a concert version.