Company Engagements 

Photo: Mark Chen 

COMPANY ENGAGEMENTS AND HIGHLIGHTS 

Bellangère, Ariane et Barbe-Bleue, Dukas, The American Symphony Orchestra, Leon Botstein, Conductor, David Geffen Hall, New York City 

Lady 3, The Secret Agent, Michael Dellaira, Center for Contemporary Opera, New York City 

Mercedes, Carmen scenes, Bizet, One World Symphony, Sung Jin Hong, Conductor, New York City 

Hansel, Hansel and Gretel, Humperdinck, The New Orleans Opera, 
MetroPelican Opera Education Tour, Carol Rausch, Music Director 

Shifrah, Moses, My Love, Paul Dick, Off-Broadway debut, The Judith Anderson Theatre, New York City 

Katchen, Werther, Massenet, The New Orleans Opera, 

Flora, Pretty Baby, Hugh McElyea, Le Petit Thèâtre du Vieux Carré, New Orleans (Premiere) John Pascoe, Director, Set, Costume Designer

Cherubino, Le Nozze di Figaro, Mozart 

Julie, Show Boat, J. Kern, The Jefferson Performing Arts Society, Dennis Assaf, New Orleans 

The Witch, Into the Woods, Sondheim, The Rivertown Repertory Theatre, 
New Orleans, LA (*Theatre Star Award and Storer Boone Best Supporting Actress nomination) 

Lucy Brown, The Three Penny Opera, Weill, Loyola University Theater

CONCERT and ORCHESTRAL REPERTOIRE PERFORMED 
(Selected list) 


HANDEL, G. F. 
Messiah

Highlights of performances include:

The Symphony Chorus of New Orleans and Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, f

irst classical performance in New Orleans after Katrina, Steven Edwards, conductor. 

Choral Society of Pensacola, Xiaolun Chen, Conductor
Hercules 
Numerous solo arias performed in concert as Guest soloist

BACH
Magnificat (Middletown City Chorale, at The Paramount Theatre, New York) 
Solo arias performed in concert/Guest soloist 

MOZART
Requiem (The Choral Society of Pensacola, Xiaolun Chen, Conductor) 
Vesperae solennes de Confessore
Numerous solo arias performed as Guest soloist 

MENDELSSOHN 
Elijah (The Oratorio Society of Queens, David Close, Conductor) 

RUTTER, John 
Feel the Spirit (Connecticut Master Chorale, Tina Johns Heidrich, Conductor) 

BECKER, Chris 
Songs performed live and also recorded for concerts (Including the recorded Singing Voice of the Fairy Godmother in choreographer Rachel Cohen's Racoco Productions, Dance-Theater work 'If the shoe fits' at Walkerspace, SOHO, and the Winter Garden-World Financial Center, NYC (NY Times’ Top 10 Dance Performances of ‘05-John Rockwell) 

~ Jil Guyon's film 'Widow': Lincoln Center Dance on Film Festival 2014 and Currently touring international film festivals. 

WEILL, Kurt 
Songs performed in concert/shows, New York City (Performances with the Classical/Jazz quartet 'The Four Bags' include at BAM Cafe, Cornelia Street Cafe, St. Mark's Place, various venues, NYC. Recorded "Alabama Song", K. Weill, arr. Chris Becker for Four Bags' debut CD.

McCLURE, Glenn
St. Francis in the Americas- A Caribbean Mass (Connecticut Master Chorale) 

TALLIS, Thomas
Spem in Alium, Alto 2, Choir 2 solo voice line of the 40 solo voice epic Renaissance motet (Houston Chamber Choir) 

CARISSIMI 
Arias in concert (The New York Continuo Collective) 

CAMPION 
Songs in concert (The New York Continuo Collective) 

FERRABOSCO
The Masque of Beauty: Arias in concert (The New York Continuo Collective) 

LAWES
Songs in concert

ROSSI, Luigi (Seattle Academy of Baroque Opera, Stephen Stubbs, Artistic Director)
Arias in concert 

HIGHLIGHTS of SOLOIST ENSEMBLE EXPERIENCE 

Lincoln Center, David Geffen Hall; Alice Tully Hall; Carnegie Hall, and venues, New York City 
Professional soloist ensemble: The New York Choral Artists:

Singing with the New York Philharmonic for numerous performances for over 10 years. Joseph Flummerfelt, Conductor/Musical Director. Singing also with The Concert Chorale of New York, and The New York Virtuoso Singers. 

Concerts with The New York Philharmonic under conductors including Maazel, Kurt Masur, Mehta, Muti, Marriner, Gardiner, Glass, McGegan.

*Masterworks performed numerous times include: Beethoven 9th Symphony, Missa Solemnis; Mahler Resurrection; Handel Messiah; Mozart Requiem, Mass in C; Brahms Requiem; Tippet; Taverner; Mendelssohn; Bach; Stravinsky; Debussy; Rachmaninoff; Numerous Operas in concert; 

*PBS Live From Lincoln Center films and recordings with the NY Choral Artists and The NY Philharmonic, Kurt Masur, Conductor, include: 
'The Brahms Requiem for 9/11’ 
John Adams’ ‘On the Transmigration of Souls’ Nonesuch Records (Grammys) 
‘Special: 30 years of Live from Lincoln Center’ (PBS) 

Awards and Honors (selected): 
Theatre Star Award and Storer Boone Best Supporting Actress nom. for role as The Witch in Into The Woods, New Orleans, LA 
The Outstanding Contribution To Musical Theatre Award, The Paideia School, Atlanta, GA
Seventeen Magazine Runway Model Search Winner, Atlanta, GA

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