Recent and Upcoming Solo Performances:
“Hail, Sweet Love! Music of Love & Spring by 17th-Century Women,” with Inés de Erausquin, harpsichord. Music by Francesca Caccini, Barbara Strozzi, Isabella Leonarda, Lucretia Orsina Vizzana, and Claudia Francesca Rusca. Early Music @ First concert series, First Congregational Church, St. Louis, MO; March 15, 2020.
Soprano soloist, Vivaldi’s Gloria in D Major, Women’s HOPE Chorale of St. Louis’s “Illumination” concert. First Presbyterian Church of Kirkwood, St. Louis, MO; November 10, 2019.
“A Classical Cabaret,” with soloists from the Women’s HOPE Chorale of St. Louis. Favorites from opera and musical theater. The Kranzberg Arts Center Studio, St. Louis, MO; October 19, 2019.
“Hail Sweet Love: Devotional Music by Seventeenth-Century Women,” with Emma Mildred Riggle, organ. Sacred music by Hildegard of Bingen, Francesca Caccini, Barbara Strozzi, Isabella Leonarda, Lucretia Orsina Vizzana, Claudia Francesca Rusca, and Maria Francesca Nascimbeni. Ascension Episcopal Parish, Portland, OR; August 17, 2019.
“The Hums of Pooh,” with Inés de Erausquin, piano and mezzo-soprano. Settings of poetry by A.A. Milne from Winnie the Poohand When We Were Very Young by Harold Fraser-Simson. The Church of St. Michael and St. George, St. Louis, MO; May 11, 2019.
“A Classical Cabaret,” with soloists from the Bach Society of St. Louis. Favorites from musical theater. Jazz St. Louis, St. Louis, MO; May 7, 2019.
“Meditations for Lent,” with Jeff Noonan (lutes and theorbo). Lent-themed music by Dowland, Campion, Frescobaldi, Monteverdi, Sances, Purcell, and Humfrey. First Congregational Church, St. Louis, MO; March 31, 2019.
“Songs of Anticipation & Rejoicing: Advent Music for Voice & Lutes,” with Jeff Noonan (lutes and theorbo). Advent-themed music by Dowland, Campion, Nicholas Vallet, Monteverdi, Merula, and Purcell. First Congregational Church, St. Louis, MO; December 16, 2018.
“Kleine geistliche Konzerte,” with Charlotte Engler (soprano), Benjamin España (bass-baritone), and Emma Mildred Riggle (organ). Solos, duets, and trios from Heinrich Schütz’s Kleine geistliche Konzerte. Ascension Episcopal Parish, Portland, OR; August 18, 2018.
Opera role: Jaffett, Noye’s Fludde, Benjamin Britten. Kidznotes, Durham, NC; May 19, 2018.
Graduate Student Recital, with Solomon Eichner, piano and fortepiano. Amy Beach’s 3 Shakespeare Songs and 3 Browning Songs, Fanny Hensel’s Op. 1, and Samuel Barber’s Hermit Songs. Duke University, Durham, NC; April 21, 2018.
“On the Pillars of Genius,” with the Raleigh Bach Soloists and North Carolina Baroque Orchestra, directed by David Jernigan. Music by Handl, Gabrieli, Praetorius, Vulpius, Schutz, Kuhnau, Buxtehude, and Bach. Raleigh, NC; October 13, 2017.
“Music’s Lore–Secular Songs by William Byrd,” with the Byrd Festival Consort, directed by Jeremy Summerly, and organ by Mark Williams. Madrigals and consort songs by William Byrd. William Byrd Festival, Portland, OR; August 11, 2017.
“Love and Revenge,” with Bull City Baroque: Sarah Huebsch, oboe; Allison Willet, violin and gamba; Jackie Nappi, harpsichord; and Robbie Link, gamba. Vocal music by Barbara Strozzi, Handel, and Telemann. Durham, NC; March 18, 2017.
“The Hums of Pooh,” with Kathleen Arten, piano. Settings of poetry by A.A. Milne from Winnie the Pooh and When We Were Very Youngby Harold Fraser-Simson. Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, Hancock, MI; January 7, 2017.
“To Please and To Arouse the Affections: Songs, Sonatas & Suites from the 17th Century,” with Musicke’s Cordes: Jeffrey Noonan (theorbo, Baroque guitar) and Samuel Breene (Baroque violin). Vocal music by Monteverdi, Frescobaldi, Purcell, Nicholas Lanier, and John Wilson. Duke University Rare Music Series, Durham, NC; December 3, 2016.
Bull City Baroque‘s inaugural concert, with Allison Willet, violin; Jackie Nappi, harpsichord; and Robbie Link, viola da gamba. Vocal music by Purcell, Handel, and Buxtehude. Durham, NC; April 17, 2016.
Duke Vespers Ensemble (with Capella Baroque) at the American Choral Directors Association Southern Conference. Soprano soloist for Jan Dismas Zelenka’s Miserere. Chattanooga, TN; March 10, 2016.