Eline Vandenheede

Eline Vandenheede

Light Lyric Soprano

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Soprano Eline Vandenheede, born in Belgium, has appeared on the concert platform throughout Europe. She began her vocal studies at the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp with professor Stephanie Friede. Eline obtained her Artist Masters Degree at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama where she proceeded onto the Opera Course under the tutelage of Susan Waters. Eline is entirely grateful to be supported with Guildhall Scholar Awards, by Talent Unlimited and The Worshipful Company of Cordwainers.
In the spring of 2015, Eline made her operatic debut as Ilse in Frühlings Erwachen from Benoit Mernier, joining the IOA with conductor Filip Rathé and director Guy Joosten. July 2016 she sang the title role in Jules Massenet’s Cendrillon in a production from Leon Berger conducted by Paul McGrath. July 2017 she performed the role of the first moon woman in the newly commissioned opera by Andrew Norman called A Trip to the Moon with Sir Simon Rattle and the London Symphony Orchestra.
Eline won the 2018 Franz-Schubert-Institut Lieder Prize. She has taken part in various masterclasses with artists such as Gerald Finley, Peter Konwitschny, Amanda Roocroft, Yvonne Kenny, Roger Vignoles, Elly Ameling, Helmut Deutsch, Ann Murray, Robert Holl and Stephan Loges.
Highlights in her previous and forthcoming engagements are performances at the Wigmore Hall, the Barbican Hall, LSO St. Luke’s, the Machynlleth Festival, ROH covering Amore and Melantho (The Return of Ulysses), the Messiah and Aminta (Aminta e Fillide). 
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Franz-Schubert-Institut Lieder Prize
2018