Madeline Healey

Praised by the Washington Post for her “gorgeous singing,” “silken-voiced” (Cleveland Plain Dealer) soprano Madeline Apple Healey is a soloist and chamber musician specializing primarily in early and contemporary repertoire. Recent and upcoming engagements include the Russian Premiere of Steinberg’s Passion Week in St. Petersburg with The Clarion Choir, Bach's Mass in B Minor with Choral Arts Society of Washington, Schütz’s Musikalishe Exequien at the Amherst Early Music Festival, and Here All Night with Gare St. Lazare Ireland at The White Light Festival at Lincoln Center, as well as the roles of Olympia (Offenbach's Les Contes d'Hoffmann), Papagena (Mozart's Die Zauberflöte). This season she can be heard with Apollo’s Fire, Amor Artis, AMPERSAND, Academy of Sacred Drama, Clarion Choir, The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, The Choir of St. Luke-in-the-Fields, The Thirteen, and TENET. Madeline holds degrees in voice from Westminster Choir College and Baldwin Wallace University. A Cleveland native, she now resides in Brooklyn, NY.;