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KERHELLO, Anne-Julie

Written by  Anne-Julie Kerhello
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The soprano Anne-Julie Kerhello initially trained as a pianist before turning definitively to lyrical song. She studied with Maestra Evgenya Anvelt (Conservatory Giuseppe Verdi of Milan in Italy), then in France, with Elisabeth VIdal and the mezzo soprano Sylvie Sullé. The soprano met Lucia Di Carlo who helped her to place her spoken voice and woke in her a passion for the scenic arts.
An accomplished artist; a singer as well as an actress, Anne-Julie Kerhello worked at the “Court Florent” close to the actress Sophie Fontaine.

The warmth and range of her voice enabled her to approach a broad variety of roles, passing from the oratorio, to the opera, the operetta, and the Lied. Her beginnings in opera took place in a production of Die Zauberflöte of Mozart in Switzerland. In 2007, noticed in IXe Symphony of Beethoven in Lithuania, she was invited to open the second season of the International Festival of Cartagena de Indias, incarnating Leonora in “Forza del Destino” by Verdi and Violetta in Traviata.

Since then, she has played regularly in Latin America, under the direction of Luis-Eduardo Diaz, Ricardo Araujo and also of Maestro Luis Biava. In Europe, she has worked with Adrian Mc Donnell, Eric Sprogis and also under the direction of Pierre Gilet, with whom she sang the ”Nocturnes” of Mozart at the “Invalides de Paris”, accompanied by the Eutépé orchestra. In the spring of 2007, she portrayed the role of Maria in “West Side Story” by Bernstein in the theatre of Ménilmontant. She has toured in Russia, where she interpreted programs of French opera.

Also in 2007, she was at the Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris where she debuted in a world creation: there, she gave a great series of recitals of operas and Russian melodies. In 2008, she sang in the Festival of Autumn at Chinon with the Débuché of Paris. She performed Bach cantates and opera recital with the conductor Pascal Vigneron.
Anne-Julie Kerhello is regularly invited to the festival of Musical Nights in Burgundy, where she sang “la Messe Solennelle” by Gounod in July of 2007. She has given several recitals with Philippos Rizopoulos, Sacred Arias in July and December 2007 and Bel Canto in July 2009. During a concert for peace at the initiative of the Colombian Embassy in France in spring 2008, she interpreted a world creation, an Ave Maria written for her.

In the summer of 2008, she sang Viennese operettas: Vylia in Die Lustige Witwe of Franz Lehars and Rosalinde in Die Fledermaus by Johann Strauss.

In summer 2009, she interpreted Donna Anna in Don Giovanni by Mozart in the château du Maréchal Vauban and the following season, she once again interpreted Donna Anna in the Theatre of Poissy, then a modern Scène de Colombes.

She was hailed by Radio France International, the regional press of Burgundy, Colprensa, and Radio Classique especially.

During the year 2010, she sang Baroque repertories, accompanied by a chamber orchestra constituted for the occasion.

Also in 2010, she is committed to sing the requiem of Mozart in the great Cathedrals of France, and in Brussels.

She sang german arias in Compiegne Theater in september 2010.
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