Silvie Bendova was born in the Czech Republic and grew up in Switzerland.
After singing studies at the Conservatoire in Lausanne where she obtained a Teaching Diploma, she was the prizewinner of the Ernst Göhner Stifftung in Zürich.
She continued her training with Prof. Tamar Rachum at the Samuel Rubin Music Academy in Tel Aviv, and obtained there an Artist’s Diploma (Master).
Having then attended different masterclasses (Laura Sarti,Vittoria Mazzoni, Raul Gimenez, Gilles Cachemaille), she was selected by the baritone Simone Alaimo to develop a specialization work of the Bel Canto repertoire, and in November 2007 she joined his program for young singers at the  Accademia Unda Maris in Palermo.
As she was still a student, she started with an intense concert solo activity in Switzerland and abroad (France, Serbia, La Réunion, Italy) and appeared at the Opera in Nancy, at the Centre culturel Suisse in Paris, at the Victoria Hall in Geneva.
At the Opera School in Israël, she performed several times the part of Donna Anna, Elettra and Erste Dame (Mozart),  as well as Rosalinde (J.Strauss). At the Lausanne Opera, she took part as a soloist to Idomeneo (Mozart), to La Vie Parisienne (Offenbach) and played La Brebis Blanche in the musical tale for children  Les Moutons Bleus (Hélène Zambelli) staged by Gérard Demierre. In the creation by Jean Chollet Monsieur René et le Roi Arthur to celebrate the 100 years of the Jorat Theatre, she recently sang the role of Isabelle/Chanteuse(music by Arthur Honegger). In Palermo, she has just made her debut as the Contessa in Le Nozze di Figaro (Mozart), an Unda Maris production, directed by Simone Alaimo.
The Oratorio field is quite important in her repertoire: Die Schöpfung(Haydn), Stabat Mater(Dvorak, Rossini), Elias(Mendelssohn), Biblische Lieder (Dvorak), but with a particular liking for Mozart, whose Masses, Requiem and Vespers she sings. Her musical suppleness also enables her to approach the contemporary music, such as the world creation Rêve de Silence(Christian Giger), accompanied by
the Jura Symphony Orchestra, and also the Melodies for Harp and Voice by the contemporary composer Ami Maayani that she recorded in Israël (2001) with Ruth Maayani, Harpist at the New Israeli Opera Orchestra. She had the privilege to sing the Quartet in F# minor op.10 by Arnold Schönberg, with the very promising Byron Quartet.

Under the sponsorship of Zubin Mehta and Pierre Amoyal, she sang the Queen Esther
in the  Ester Oratorio (G.C.Lidarti), a score of the 18th century, which had been lost for
200 years.
Among her numerous projects, we can mention a tournee on the Island La Réunion (Stabat Mater/Pergolesi-Gloria/Vivaldi, cond. P. Pavon).


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