Mezzo-soprano Roselin Osser has developed a reputation as a dynamic performing artist. She has been heard as a soloist with many organizations including the Masterworks Chorale and the Greater New Bedford Choral Society, where she was praised for her “velvety,” and “sparkling” voice by the Standard-Times. In 2013, Osser appeared as “Miss Emily” in a presentation of art songs set to the poems of Emily Dickinson for which the Boston Musical Intelligencer praised her “gorgeous, mellifluous mezzo…capable of a wide range of timbres.” In addition to concert performances, Osser is an accomplished opera performer. Praised for her comic timing, Osser has excelled in character roles including Rosina in The Barber of Seville (Longwood Opera), Pitti-Sing in The Mikado (Opera Providence) and Satirino in La Calisto (Harvard Early Music Society). With a passion for both music and environmental conservation, Osser works as a consulting engineer in the field of green building design in addition to performing. Upcoming engagements include a performance of works written by her grandmother, songwriter Edna Osser, in a concert presented by La Donna Musicale and Rumbarroco. To learn more, please visit https://www.RoselinOsser.com.