Ketti jane muschler

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Connecticut-born soprano Ketti Jane Muschler is a versatile performer of classical vocal works in stage productions, concerts, and recordings. Her recent Harvard appearances include soprano solos for Orff Carmina Burana with the Summer Chorus, Brahms Ein Deutsches Requiem for the University Choir, Jonathan Dove’s concert opera Tobias and the Angel (Sara) at Memorial Church, and Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas (Sorceress) with the Dudley House Choir. She also covered the title role in Gluck’s Alceste with the University Choir, and appeared in the chorus for Rossini Le Comte Ory with Lowell House Opera. Outside Boston, Ketti’s recent roles include Zweiter Dame (Die Zauberflöte with the Potomac Vocal Institute of Washington D.C.), and Mary Warren (The Crucible in Florida on the Miami Summer Music Festival). Ketti is also respected as a choral clinician, and is a frequent guest of notable American choral festivals. This June, she will enjoy a guest conductor contract with Montreat Worship & Music Conference in North Carolina. She is the founder of Mixtape Recital Series, a new workshop that encourages classical musicians to “premiere without fear!”, developing rich concert programs out of unfamiliar repertoire. This year, Ketti was awarded Sigma Alpha Iota’s Rose of Honor Alumnae Award which recognizes “outstanding service to the local music community”.