Molly Netter


Canadian-American soprano Molly Netter enlivens complex and beautiful music, both old and new, with “a natural warmth” (LA Times) and “clear, beautiful tone and vivacious personality" (NY Times).  Netter can be heard on five GRAMMY-nominated albums since 2017 and has performed as a soloist with ensembles such as the Boston Early Music Festival, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, New World Symphony, Apollo’s Fire, Trinity Wall Street, Musica Angelica, Juilliard415, Heartbeat Opera, Clarion Society, TENET, and Bang on a Can All-Stars.  As a performer of new works Netter has collaborated with composers David Lang, Julia Wolfe, Joe Hisaishi, Du Yun, Ellen Reid, Amy Beth Kirsten, Doug Balliett, and Jessica Meyer, among others. Molly is a musician with a composition background and she has focused her passion towards improvisation and commissioning new works for early music vocal techniques. She teaches at the Oberlin Baroque Institute and holds degrees from Oberlin and Yale. 

This Artist performs in the following events:

Serenades at Noon, Musica Transatlantica, Musica Transalpina, Masters & Students, Love & Repercussions, Song Fest, Baroque Inside/Out, Seeing Double, Acis & Galatea, Bach & Handel Part 1, Bach & Handel Part 2