Salomé Myrna

Salomé Myrna

Soprano

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This summer 2016 Salomé Myrna received the audience award at the International Competition in Canari, France. Salomé has been fully embedded in the universe of music since her childhood. As a young girl, she plays the violin and sings in the children’s choir conducted by her father, where she already often sings as a soloist. In 2009, Salomé is admitted into the Bachelor’s program in lyrical singing at the University of Music of Lausanne (HEMU) in the class of Frédéric Gindraux. She obtains her Master of Art in Musical Performance in 2014. During her years as a student, she takes part in numerous projects as a soloist with the Music University Orchestra. On stage, Salomé interprets the role of Oberto in “Alcina” by Händel in a production directed by Julie Beauvais in 2012. The same year, she has a role at the Lausanne Opera in “Les mousquetaires au couvent” by Varney in a production directed by Jérôme Dechamps and joins the reserve choirs of the Grand Théâtre de Genève and of the Lausanne Opera. In 2014, she plays Adina in “L’Elisir d’Amore” by Donizetti in a production directed by Regina Heer. In 2015, she interprets three roles in “Dido and Aeneas” by Purcell with the baroque orchestra of Joux conducted by Romain Mayor.She sings regularly with different ensembles such as the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra (OCL) or the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande. She currently further trains with Louise Callinan in London and Gabriele Fontana in Vienna.
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