Isabelle Everarts's Profile
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Hayes Walker Management Ltd
The Belgian mezzo-soprano Isabelle Everarts won first prize in a Song Concert in 1998 before commencing her studies in 1999 at the Brussels Royal Conservatoire under the tutelage of Ludovic de San. She received her diploma Premier Prix d'Art Lyrique, and won the Union des Artistes prize of 1999.
Whilst at the Conservatoire she performed the role of Cherubino, Dorabella and the role of Volpino, Lo Speziale (Haydn) with the Brussels Conservatore Orchestra before subsequently performing Dido, Dido and Aeneas and Cherubino with the Opera Studio of La Monnaie.
Since then she has performed under the baton of Maestro Marcello Viotti at La Monnaie in a production of L'enfant et les sortilèges, including Zweite Dame, Die Zauberflöte under René Jacobs, Maddalena, Viaggio in Reims, and a world premiere under the direction of Patrick Davin.
In 2006 she sang Zweite Dame, at Lille and Caen Opera Houses under the direction of Pascal Verrot and also in New York in early 2007.
In 2006 she recorded the Duruflé Requiem, and has since sung the Beatus Vir, Stabat Mater and Dixit Dominus by Vivaldi, Handel's Messiah, the Requiem and Vespers of the Confessor (Mozart), Haydn's Requiem, Bach's Magnificat and various recitals.
For two years, she worked with soprano Andrea Guiot French in Montpellier and is currently preparing various roles with the International soprano Marie Terese Letorney.
Future engagements include a recital amongst others in Madrid, Durufle's Requiem in France, Mozart's Coronation Mass and Handel’s Messiah at BOZAR, Purcell’s King Arthur and various Bach and Vivaldi cantatas.