Evelyne Bohen (soprano)
appears regularly in concert and recitals throughout Europe, accompanied by symphonic or chamber orchestras, piano (David Miller, Mariano Ferrández) or with guitar player Johan Fostier (Duo Almaviva) in famous festivals.

On stage she has sung major roles in opera and operetta such as the Countess, Monica, Mireille, Marguerite, Michaela, Mimi, Lisa, Maria Luisa... in co-operation with "Muziektheater Transparant", "Idée Fixe", and the Royal Theatre of Namur...
She recently appeared as a soloist in Wagner's Valkyrie (Helmwige) at the Royal Opera of Wallonia, and in "King Arthur" by E. Chausson at the Brussels Royal Opera House. During the summer of 2005, she performed the main role in la Traviata by Verdi in France and Belgium.

She often performs the soprano solo part in oratorio such as St. Matthew and St. John Passion by Bach, Haendel's Messiah, Mozart's Masses, Stabat Mater by Haydn, Pergolesi, Dvorak, Paulus by Mendelssohn, Saint-Saens' Christmas Oratorio, Carmina Burana by C. Orff...

Evelyne Bohen studied at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels with Jules Bastin. She received several "Premier Prix" and "Diplôme Supérieur", and an Master in Music (voice). Her encounters with Victor Demaiffe, Sandy Stone, Qilian Chen, Patrick Peire, David Miller, Guy Van Waas, Renata Scotto, Dina Grossberger... were important for her technical and musical development.

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