American Soprano, Susan Consoli has led an active and versatile career throughout the United States and abroad with repertoire ranging from Bach to Harbison to Gershwin. She has worked under such notable conductors as Grant Llewellyn, Paul Goodwin, Harry Christophers, Bruno Weil, Laurence Cummings, Odaline (Chachi) de la Martinez, Craig Smith, John Finney, James David Christie and Ryan Turner. Additional collaborations include director/choreographer Chen Shi-Zheng and Tero Saarinen, as composers Peter Child, David Patterson and John Harbison of whom she premiered (Boston) his work A Clear Midnight and Vocalism. Festivals include: Festival CLASSIQUE au vert, Boston Early Music Festival, Movimentos Internationales TanzFestival, LAOKOON Festival, Ribeauvillé Festival de Musique Ancienne,and the Carmel Bach Festival. Appearances with Boston Camerata & Tero Saarinen Dance Company include: Borrowed Light in Paris at the Théâtre National de Chaillot, Berlin, Hamburg, Wolfsburg, Oulo and Tampere, An American Vocalist & Saw ye my hero in Paris and Travellin’ Home in Ribeauvillé.
This is Ms. Consoli’s 13th season as a soloist with Emmanuel Music. Highlights include Beethoven Ah perfido!, Servilia in La Clemenza di Tito, Bach Mass in B Minor, Handel Alexander’s Feast and over thirty Bach cantatas. Ms. Consoli was the Lorraine Hunt Lieberson Fellow for the 2010-2011 season.
Ms. Consoli’s recordings include Handel & Haydn Society All is Bright for Avie Records and David Patterson Loon’s Tail Flashing forAlbany Records. She is a soloist with Voices of Hope, a non-profit organization supporting cancer research.