New Hope Singers
Lyric Soprano and Master Violinist
Lucine Fyelon is a world-wide musical sensation, known for her passionate performances and eclectic videos. Lucine's video “Poundcake” received nine million views on Facebook in just four days, has over 21 million views in all social media combined, and received high acclaim in music media outlets around the globe. She has combined R&B, Hip-Hop, Jazz, EDM, Classical, Middle Eastern, and Blues musical genres, which has led her to perform and record with such prestigious artists as Madonna, Quincy Jones, Miley Cyrus, Lauryn Hill, Shawn Mendez, Foo Fighters, Ricky Martin, John Williams, David Foster, and Brittney Spears.
Lucine has performed at the Grammy Awards, Latin Grammys, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Chelsea Lately Show, MTV Unplugged Show, and the Coachella Music Festival. She has appeared in television showS Glee (seasons 1-5), Entourage, House of Lies, The Mindy Project, and Tosh O. She was featured in Apple iPhone, Honda, Disney Channel, and NFL commercials, and toured around the world with “X Japan” band’s drummer Yoshiki and Classical Concert Chamber Orchestra.
Following the tour, she returned to Los Angeles to compose original music. She's performed at the Nokia Theater and the Dolby theater, and finished work on her solo album.
A coloratura soprano who sings in eight languages, she is also a master violinist, plays piano, and writes and produces music. Lucine comes from a family of classically trained musicians. Her mother is a concert pianist and her father a violinist. Lucine began studying violin at the age of five and was accepted into the Tchaikovsky Private School of Music in Armenia. She won scholarships to attend Cal State Northridge, majoring in violin performance and received her Master's degree from UCLA as a double major in opera and violin performance. Lucine studied voice with renowned Armenian soprano Ellada Chakoyan. Her operatic roles include Butterfly in “Madame Butterfly”, Musetta in “La Boheme”, Gilda in “Rigoletto”, Barbarina in “Le Nozze di Figaro”, and many more.