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What an unexpected thrill to start 2022: the NYTimes included me in their “5 minutes” series! I’m flabbergasted to be in this line-up of spectacular mezzo-sopranos! 
Die Herzogin aus Chicago, by Emmerich Kalman, performed by The New Budapest Orpheum Society from our 2015 Grammy nominated album for Cedille, “As Dreams Fall Apart.”

“Wo der Goldregen steht” from Jugendlieder by Alban Berg
with pianist Kuang-Hao Huang (1:53)

“Lo faro, diro: spietato” from Rodelinda by George Friderich Handel
with pianist Philip Morehead (3:41)

Zima (Winter) by Witold Lutoslawski
with pianist Philip Morehead (2:18)

from Improvisations sur Mallarmé by Pierre Boulez
with the Chicago Chamber Musicians (5:00)

“Lou coucut” from Chants d’Auvergne by Joseph Canteloube
with Cliff Colnot and the Chicago Civic Orchestra (2:01)

“Brezairola” from Chants d’Auvergne by Joseph Canteloube
with Cliff Colnot and the Chicago Civic Orchestra (3:24)