Sarah Moyer

Known for her "purity and flawless range" (South Florida Classical Review), soprano Sarah Moyer was exclusively featured in the 2014 the Boston Globe Magazine for her work as a professional singing artist and deemed her “the kind of church singer who will rock your sacred-music world”. As a soloist, her recent repertoire includes the world premieres of Kallembach’s Easter Oratorio, Theofanidis' Four Levertov Settings, and Runestad’sThe Hope of Loving with Seraphic Fire, American premieres of Nørgård's Nova Genitura and Seadrift with Lost Dog New Music Ensemble, and Foss' The Prairie with Boston Modern Orchestra Project. Described as "perfect for Baroque works... [an] obviously gifted singer" (South Florida Classical Review) for her brief solo in Handel's My Heart is Inditing, Moyer is a frequent interpreter of early music, most recently American-premiering Melani’s Regina Coeli a 5 and St. Teodora at Boston Early Music Festival with Reed College Collegium, and performing Monteverdi’s Lamento della ninfa at New England Conservatory’s First Monday series, Mozart’s Mass in C Major and Schubert’s Mass in B-flat Major with Andover Choral Society, Handel’s Messiah with Marsh Chapel and Trinity Boston, Buxtehude’s Membra Jesu Nostri with Marsh Chapel, Bach’sWedding Cantata, Mass in B Minor, Schweigt stille, plaudert nicht, and Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen. As a chamber music artist, she frequently makes appearances with Skylark, Seraphic Fire, Santa Fe Desert Chorale, The Thirteen, True Concord, Lorelei Ensemble, and Ensemble Origo, among others.