Andreea Soare


Andreea Soare

“Soare” means “Sun” in Romanian.

The artist’s surname is in accord with the bright fate of Andreea, who made her debut in music at the age of 7 years with the violin, the piano, the guitar and later, singing. Early on, she won first prize in numerous competitions and leads a Romanian varied singing career by participating in many television and radio broadcasts inRomania, as well as abroad (France,England,Switzerland,Belgium,Russia).

In 2004, she won the Grand Prix at the international competition of French music “Chants, sons sur scene” in Baia Mare, after which she had the honour to participate in the “Francofolies de La Rochelle” where she represented her country.

In September 2004, she entered the Conservatoire National de région de Strasbourg in the class of Marie-Madeleine Koebelé and participated in various events such as the Tour de France 2006 gala evening, Romania’s accession to the European Union (concert given in the Council of Europe in Strasbourg) and the Goncourt Prize award ceremony. In addition, she performed with the Strasbourg Théâtre National, also going on tour with the ensemble.

Simultaneously with her studies at the Conservatory, in 2008 she graduated with a diploma in musicology from Université Marc Bloch in Strasburg.

In 2008 Andreea Soare enrolled at the CNSM inParisin the vocal class of Isabelle Guillaud. She was also taught by Susan Manoff, Olivier Reboul, Vincent Vittoz, Claude Lavoix, Anne Le Bozec, Keneth Weiss and others.

In 2011 and 2012 she sang as soloist under the direction of Marc Minkowski, Patrick Cohen-Akenine, Mélanie Thiébaud, Nicolas Chalvin, Guillaume Tourniaire, Paul Agnew, Catherine Simonpietri, Philippe Cambreling and others.

In 2011 Soare was a laureate of the international vocal competition in Clermont-Ferrand, where she won the role of Donna Elvira in Mozart’s Don Giovanni. The same year she sang in Mozart’s The Magic Flute.

At the festival in Aix-en-Provence she sang Arias from Mozart’s operas (Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni, Fiordiligi in Cosi fan Tutte, Electra in Idomeneo, Queen of the Night in The Magic Flute, the Countess in The marriage of Figaro) and Handel (Alcina in the opera Alcina). She is the recipient of the award from “Les amis du festival d’Aix enProvence”.

In September 2011 Andreea Soare was a finalist at an international vocal competition organized by CFPL (French Lyric Promotion Centre) which was held place at the Opéra Bastille.

In October 2011 she joined the Atelier Lyrique of the Opéra National de Paris.

In January 2012 she debuted at the Parisopera as a young girl in the contemporary opera (world stage Premiere) La Cerisaie by Ph. Fenelon, under the direction of T. Ceccherini.

During the 2011-2012 season she sang Maria Maddalena in Haendel’s La Resurrezione under the direction of P. Agnew and as Sandrina in Mozart’s La Finta Giardiniera under the direction of G. Tourniaire. In March she sang at a concert given at the opera Garnier with the Orchestra of the Opéra de Paris under the direction of Guillaume Tourniaire on the occasion of the centenary of Massenet’s death.

She sang in Mozart’s The Magic Flute at the “Nuits d’été in Corte” festival inCorsica.

She sang the part of the soprano soloist in Poulenc’s Stabat Mater at the de La Chaise Dieu festival with the Orchestre National de Lorraine under the direction of Jacques Mercier and with the Capella Amsterdam choir, and the part of the soprano soloist in Mozart’s Coronation Mass and in Haydn’s The Seven Last Words of Christ at the “Musical September in the Orne” festival under the direction of Jean Pierre Wallez and with the Diakhrôma chorus.

During the 2012/2013 season she was Silvia in Haydn’s l’isola Disabitata under the direction of Iñaki Encina Oyón (Paris), Clarice in Haydn’s Il Mondo della Luna under the direction of Guillaume Tourniaire and Maria Maddalena in the revival of Handel’s Resurrezione under the direction of Paul Agnew at Suresnes and Poissy.

In May 2013 she was awarded the lyrical Cercle Carpeaux prize and was invited to perform two recitals of French songs inTokyoandKanazawawith pianist Philippe Cassard theLa folle Journee Festival inTokyo.

In October 2013 she will sing Encrichetta di Francia in Bellini’s I Puritani at the Opéra National de Paris.

In the 2013/2014 season Soare is planning to sing Donna Elvira in Mozart’s Don Giovanni and the Female Chorus in Britten’s The Rape of Lucretia with the Atelier Lyrique of Opéra National de Paris. She will also sing in a concert tribute to Lutosławski at the Amphitheatre of Bastille, Rameau concerts in Caen, Orleans, Louvre, Suresnes and Poissy with Les follies Françoises directed by Patrick Cohen Akenine, Purcell’s The Fairy Queen with Ensemble Vocal Lausanne under the direction of Guillaume Tourniaire and in Debussy’s La Demoiselle Elue at Amphitheatre Bastille.

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