Sarah Yanovitch, Soprano


Recognized by The Boston Globe as “a name to keep an eye on”, and noted for possessing “a stunning, subtle kind of expressive power”, Soprano Sarah Yanovitch is a graduate of the Early Music Voice program through the Yale Institute of Sacred Music. Ms. Yanovitch is a frequent soloist with Handel and Haydn Society and artistic director Harry Christophers. She made her solo debut at Tanglewood with H+H last summer singing Purcell’s Fairy Queen, and will sing the role of Belinda in Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas with Christophers later this season. In demand as both a soloist and chamber musician, Sarah recently made her debuts with Bach Collegium San Diego, The Thirteen, and Seraphic Fire. Other recent and upcoming solo engagements include Bach’s Mass in B Minor with Masaaki Suzuki and Juilliard 415 and with Back Bay Chorale next spring, BWV 179 with Harry Christophers and H+H, Bach’s Christmas Oratorio with Emmanuel Music, Handel’s Judas Maccabaeus and Mozart’s Mass in C minor at Boston University with conductor Scott Allen Jarrett, and BWV 80 with the Virginia Symphony. During her time at Yale, Ms. Yanovitch worked closely with esteemed conductors Masaaki Suzuki, David Hill, and Simon Carrington, touring as a soloist throughout Italy, France, The Baltics, India, and the UK.