Abigail Haynes-Lennox, soprano, quoted as angelic and stylish in her interpretations of Bach and Mozart, is equally at home with genres ranging from early plainchant to 19th- century melodie to improvised avant-garde. Originally from Bartlett, Tennesseee, she began her vocal studies at Ann Arbor, Michigan, where after finishing her bachelors degree in vocal performance at the University of Michigan, she served as music director for the Wesley Foundation of First Methodist, performed with the Michigan Opera Theater under Stephen Lord, and was a frequent soloist appearing on premier recordings of contemporary works. In 2007 Lennox completed her master’s degree study in voice at the Yale Institute of Sacred Music where she studied under James Taylor, Ted Taylor, and Judith Malafronte.
Recognized for “vibrant and colorful” singing (The New York Times) mezzo-soprano Kate Maroney’s recent appearances include with the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, New York City Ballet, Santa Fe Desert Chorale and Symphony, Seraphic Fire, Berkshire Choral Festival, TENET, Carmel Bach Festival, Opera Grand Rapids, New York Baroque Incorporated at Trinity Wall Street, LA Opera, Lincoln Center Festival, Oregon Bach Festival, Musica Sacra, Bach Collegium San Diego, Princeton Pro Musica, Bach Vespers Holy Trinity, Mark Morris Dance Group, Yale Choral Artists, American Opera Projects, Berkshire Bach Society, and Clarion. Kate has premiered works and collaborated closely with Philip Glass, John Corigliano, David Lang, Martin Bresnick, Julia Wolfe, Missy Mazzoli, Hannah Lash, Nina Young, Dominick Argento, Christopher Cerrone, Ted Hearne, and Scott Wheeler. She holds a D.M.A. from Eastman, degrees SUNY Purchase and Yale, teaches voice pedagogy at Mannes, and resides in Brooklyn with musician-husband Red Wierenga and new son, Ossian. www.katemaroney.com
Possessed of a rare high-tenor voice and a winning stage persona that comfortably embraces both comedic and dramatic roles, Marc Molomot enjoys an international career in opera and on the concert stage. He is known for his heartfelt portrayal of the Evangelist in Bach’s Passions in the United States and abroad.
Molomot’s recent and upcoming appearances include Purcell’s The Fairy Queen with Chicago Opera Theater and Long Beach Opera, Bach’s Magnificat with Israel Camerata Jerusalem, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 with Mobile Symphony Orchestra, and Britten’s Serenade with Omaha Symphony.
His recordings include the January 2017 release of Berg’s Wozzeck with the Houston Symphony, winner of Germany's 2017 Echo Klassik Award for Best Opera Recording (20th/21st century opera), and the Grammy Award–nominated Lully’s Thésée with the Boston Early Music Festival.
Visit Marc on the web at www.schwalbeandpartners.com/marc-molomot-tenor.