Canadian-American soprano Molly Netter enlivens complex and beautiful music, both old and new, with a "clear, beautiful tone and vivacious personality" (NYTimes). This season includes solo debuts with the Grammy-Award-winning Boston Early Music Festival, Apollo's Fire Baroque Orchestra, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's MusicNOW series, New York Baroque Incorporated, the Oregon Bach Festival, and the premiere a new work by David Lang at Carnegie Hall next November. Molly has performed as a soloist with the Choir of Trinity Wall Street (in which she is a full-time member), the Clarion Music Society, the Smithsonian Chamber Orchestra, the Albany Symphony, Yale Opera, and with Juilliard415 at Lincoln Center. Molly has toured internationally with with the Triplepoint contemporary/jazz ensemble and as a soloist in Japan, Singapore and Burma under Masaaki Suzuki.
Ms. Netter holds an ad hoc Bachelor of Music degree in composition and contemporary voice from Oberlin Conservatory and a Master’s degree in early music voice and oratorio from the Yale Institute of Sacred Music where she studied with James Taylor. Between degrees, she taught English in Kyoto, Japan.