Rosalind Lee, soprano, has been described as "a beautiful soprano with a glowing voice." Among many other performances, Ms. Lee sang the "Echo" in "Flösst, mein Heiland" from Bach’s Christmas Oratorio with Kathleen Battle under the baton of Raymond Leppard and was the soprano soloist in the Vivaldi Gloria under Bernard Labadie, both with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. She has presented Beethoven’s magnificent concert aria, Ah! Perfido, with the Civic Orchestra of Chicago and has appeared as a soloist in numerous other concert works including Bach’s Magnificat, Brahms' Ein Deutsches Requiem, Mozart’s Vesperae solennes de confessore, Orff’s Carmina burana, Schubert’s Mass in G, Gounod's St. Cecilia Mass and the Chicago premiere of Mollicone’s Beatitude Mass. She has been a featured artist with the Bach Week Festival, the Chicago Summer Sings festival, the Elgin Choral Union, the Handel Week Festival, the North Shore Choral Society, the Saint James Cathedral Concert Series, the Te Deum Ensemble, and the Windy City Strings. Ms. Lee has recently appeared in the Kraft Family Concerts with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and in a concert of works by Benjamin Britten at the Glimmerglass Festival.
On the opera stage, Ms. Lee has also appeared in the baroque opera, La Purpura de la Rosa (Venus) with the Bloomington Early Music Festival, as the title role in Floyd’s Susannah, in Argento’s The Boor (Widow) and in La Traviata (Annina) at Music by the Lake. Other appearances include productions with Lyric Opera of Chicago, the Glimmerglass Festival, Music by the Lake, Light Opera Works, Main Street Opera, Indiana Opera Theater, Illinois Opera Theatre and The Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Company.
Ms. Lee also maintains a voice studio in Oak Park, IL. For more information, please contact her at email@example.com.
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