Consistently recognized for her rich sound and musical sensitivity, Boston-based soprano Sarah Yanovitch is in demand as a concert soloist and ensemble musician. Ms. Yanovitch is a frequent soloist with Boston’s Handel and Haydn Society under the artistic direction of Harry Christophers, singing the role of Belinda in Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas, and soprano solos in Bach’s B minor and G major masses, as well as in cantatas 10, 36, 61, 140, and 179. She made her solo debut at Tanglewood in the summer of 2017 with H+H in Purcell’s Fairy Queen. During the 2016-2017 season, Ms. Yanovitch was the Lorraine Hunt Lieberson Fellow with Emmanuel Music, appearing as a featured soloist in Bach’s Weinachtsoratorium, cantata 51 (Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen), cantatas 89, 100, and 179, and as Melia in their staged production of Mozart’s Apollo et Hyacinthus.
Other notable solo credits include the roles of Cupid and Venus in King Arthur with the Henry Purcell Society of Boston, Mozart’s Mass in C minor and Handel’s Judas Maccabaeus and Dixit Dominus at Boston University Marsh Chapel, Handel’s Messiah and the Mozart Requiem with Arcadia Players, Bach’s Mass in B Minor with Masaaki Suzuki and Juilliard 415, the Fauré Requiem and Beethoven Symphony No. 9 with the Eastern Connecticut Symphony, and the Brahms Requiem, Carmina Burana, and Vaughan Williams’ Dona nobis pacem with Yale Glee Club. Outside of Boston, Sarah has sung with such leading choral ensembles as Bach Collegium San Diego, The Thirteen, Yale Choral Artists, and GRAMMY® nominated Seraphic Fire.
Ms. Yanovitch is a graduate of the Yale School of Music and holds a master’s degree in Early Music Voice through the Institute of Sacred Music. She completed her undergraduate degree in Voice Performance at New England Conservatory. During her time at Yale, Ms. Yanovitch worked closely with esteemed conductors Masaaki Suzuki, David Hill, and Simon Carrington, touring as a soloist throughout the United States, Italy, France, The Baltics, India, and the UK.