yulia van doren

Yulia Van Doren has thoughtfully cultivated a unique career as one of the foremost concert singers of her generation. Particularly recognized for her work in baroque repertoire, Ms. Van Doren has been presented as a guest artist by a majority of the premiere North American orchestras and festivals and is featured on two Grammy-nominated opera recordings with the Boston Early Music Festival.

She has sung leading roles in a variety of diverse repertoire, including the world premiere of Shostakovich’s Orango with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, directed by Peter Sellars and released on Deutsche Grammophon; the modern revival of Monsigny’s Le roi et le fermier at Opera de Versailles, the Kennedy Center and Lincoln Center; Alessandro Scarlatti’s rarely-performed opera Tigrane at Opera de Nice; Monteverdi concerts in Venice with Sir John Eliot Gardiner; Handel’s Acis and Galatea in Macau with Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, and at the Royal Concertgebouw Amsterdam; eclectic 20th-century repertoire as the featured soprano of the 2013 Ojai Music Festival; several world premieres at Carnegie Hall; and nationally-televised performances at the Cartagena International Music Festival with soprano Dawn Upshaw, a cherished career mentor. She has been a soloist for choreographer Mark Morris since 2007, singing many national and international performances with his dance company.

Ms. Van Doren’s graduate degree was generously supported by a PD Soros Fellowship, postgraduate study in Paris by a Beebe Fellowship, and she is an Astral Artist laureate. Yulia is also the founder of a holistic wellness brand that is an innovator in its genre, and author of three books that are award-winning international bestsellers, with over a quarter-million copies sold in eight translations. She is currently developing a project related the intersection of music, science, and holistic healing.