American soprano Sarah Yanovitch earned her Master's in Early Music Voice through the Yale School of Music and Institute of Sacred Music. Sarah will be the Lorraine Hunt Lieberson Fellow for the 2016-2017 season with Emmanuel Music in Boston, appearing on their first concert in October as Melia in Mozart's opera Apollo et Hyacinthus. She sings regularly with Handel and Haydn Society, having made her solo debut on their 2015 Bach Christmas program, and she has been a soloist in both Handel's Messiah and the Mozart Requiem with Arcadia Players and director Ian Watson. She recently made her debut with the Handel Society of Dartmouth as the Soprano 1 soloist in her first Mass in B Minor, by Bach. Sarah solos often with the Eastern Connecticut Symphony, singing the Fauré Requiem and Elgar’s Coronation Ode with them last season, and she will join them for her first Beethoven Symphony No. 9 in April. During her time at Yale Sarah worked as a soloist with esteemed conductors David Hill, Masaaki Suzuki, and Simon Carrington, performing in major cities of the United States, Italy, France, the UK, and the Baltics. This October, Sarah will make her debut with Boston Cecilia as a soloist in Mozart's Davidde Penitente and Handel's Dixit Dominus, and in November with the Henry Purcell Society of Boston in King Arthur performing the roles of Cupid and Venus. After graduating with her Master’s in 2015, Sarah moved to Boston to begin freelancing. She has 8 younger siblings who she visits every chance she gets, and she is originally from Griswold, CT.