The next MYchapel event is taking place in the Conservatoire, and is called: YES!
Young European Singers
Free for MYchapel Members – 10 euros for the others
Join us after the concert for a few drinks in the central hall.
YES! A selection of the best young European Voices

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
Our best singers will thus be featured in YES, a new concert network for the best young voices at present, for after all, YES stands for Young European Singers. They will come from all over Europe as well as from the Music Chapel on March 7th to Brussels for an inaugural concert of the YES series in a Chamber Music and Voice programme!


Sergej Rachmaninov (1873 – 1943)
Romances for voice and piano
Before my window, op. 26 No. 10
The soldier’s wife, op. 8 No. 4
The lilacs, op. 21 No. 5
The little island, op. 14 No. 2
Beloved let us fly, op. 26 No.5
Twilight, op. 21 No. 3
I wait for thee, op. 14 No. 1
Night is mournful, op. 26 No. 12
Oh never sing to me again, op. 4 No. 4
Catarina Sereno, soprano – Philippe Riga, coach

Ottorino Respighi
Il tramonto (The Sunset), for voice and string quartet, P.101
Agata Schmidt, mezzo-soprano – Robby Hellijn, double bass – Quatuor CoryFeye

Dimitri Shostakovitch
Seven poems of Alexander Blok, op. 127
Ophelia’s song
Gamajun, Bird of Wisdom
We were together
The city sleeps
The Storm
Secret signs
Alissa Margulis, violin – Francisco Vila, cello – Polina Bogdanova, piano – Olga Kindler, soprano

Othmar Schoeck
“Notturno” for voice and string quartet, P. 101
Unruhig bewegt
Ruhig und leise
Rasch und kräftig
Tomasz Kumiega, baritone – Quatuor CoryFeye

Ernest Chausson (1855 – 1899)
Chanson perpétuelle, op. 37
Philippe Riga, coach – Andreea Soare, soprano – Quatuor CoryFeye