Billets Concerts Décembre 2019

Programme sous réserve de modification
Silent Night, Alleluia (Mozart), Lucia di Lammermoor (Donizetti), O Come All Ye Faithfull, Amazing Grace, Ave Maria (Schubert,Bach/Gounod, Caccini, Verdi), O Viens, Jesus,O Viens Emmanuel, Agnus Dei (Bizet), La Wally (Catalani)


Yaroslava Dautry-Shevlyuga was born in 1975 in Budapest.
From 1983 to 1991 she studied classical piano at the National Centre of the Arts in Tchita in Transbaïkalia, Russia, subsequently in Altai, Siberia, in Ulan-Bator, Mongolia, and in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Later she sang in the Choir at the National Centre of the Arts in Vladivoctok, Russia.
On returning to the Ukraine in 1991 she enrolled at the Academy of the Arts Glinka in Dnepropetrovsk where she obtained a Diploma in Musical Theory under the tutorship of Mickael Tsygutkin in 1995 and Piano under the tutorship of Galyna Koerkenmeier.
Following this, she took some private lessons in classical singing with Maïa Feizulaeva and her daughter Naïla Feizulaeva (Soloist Soprano coloratura of the Bakou Opera House, Azerbaïdjan).


> Le Grand Récital - 2016
> Le Grand Récital - 2015



She was destined to sing in Kiev Opera House. During she classical studies, she performed in many concerts: Moscow TV,St-Petersbourg, Aberdeen BBC TV, Leipzig, Stockholm, including several tours in France as Soloist with the Jazz-Vocal Group “ Gamma Jazz ” (“ Eastern Singers ”) and some classical recitals. Yaroslava finally rejoined the Vocal Faculty of the National Academy Tchaïkovski of Kiev in the Ukraine under the tutorship of Evgueny Miroshnichenko (Soloist Soprano coloratura of the Kiev Opera House) until 1998.
Since completing her studies she became Artistic Director and Soloist of European Jazz Vocal Ensemble - Eurovocal. Yaroslava now lives in France where she has since discovered new forms of vocal interpretation in Western Europe :
2002 : Yaroslava sung “ Carmina Burana ” by Carl Off with “ Grand Choeur de l'Abbaye aux Dames de Saintes ”.
2003 : Yaroslava worked consistently conducted by Michel Piquemal in the production of “ King David ” by Arthur Honegger with “ Grand Choeur de L'Abbaye aux Dames ” and later in a “ German Requiem ” by Brahms and “ Carmina Burana ” with the “ Choeur Vittoria d'Ile de France ”.
2004 : Yaroslava took part in the “ Julián Gayarre International Singing Competition ” in Pamplona. She sang “ Miserere ” by Hoffmann and “ La Missa in Tempore belli ” by Haydn under the direction of Michel Piquemal with the Symphony Orchestra of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory.


> O mio babbino caro - 2016
> La Wally - 2016



2007 : Yaroslava sang the “ Requiem Vauban ” written by the young French/German composer Enguerrand-Friedrich Lühl conducted by Pierre Cao (Abbaye de Fontenay, Autin, Basilique de Vézelay) with the “ Camerata de Bourgogne ”, the “ Gloria ” by Vivaldi in the festival “ pour Musique en Ré ” in Ars en Ré and La Rochelle.
2008 : Yaroslava will sing the “Messe du Couronnement ” by Mozart and the “Requiem ” by Haydn, “ Salut printemps ” by Debussy, “La carita ” by Rossini, “ and “ The Shepherd on the Roc ”.
2010 : Yaroslava took an active part in world creation of Solemn Mass by Martial Caillebotte in front of the descendants of composer.
Yaroslava has recorded in 2012 and 2013 2 CDs where she accompanies herself at the piano."Modern recital" is composed by famous operatic arias and a few pieces of sacred music, the second one is a tribute to famous "Ave maria" compositions. She has composed an "Ave Maria" for soprano and orchestra.
EUROVOCAL team has created in 2015 "Le Grand Récital" where Yaroslava accompanied herself in piano in famous opera arias and a few pieces of sacred music.
"Le Grand Récital" - is specially adapted as an open air concert performance with a more developed and sophisticated production with lighting which enhances the works.
Yaroslava performed in Venice, Deauville and Paris and Dallas (Texas)


Yaroslava Dautry-Shevlyuga - Soprano coloratur
Yaroslava Dautry-Shevlyuga - Soprano coloratur
Yaroslava Dautry-Shevlyuga - Soprano coloratur - Venise
> Requiem-Lühl-Basilique de Vézelay - 2008