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Sylvia Leith

Mezzo Soprano

Sylvia Leith, mezzo-soprano, is a soloist and consort singer based in New York City. She has appeared as a soloist with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Washington Bach Consort, the Oregon Bach Festival, St. Thomas Fifth Avenue, American Classical Orchestra, Bach Akademie Charlotte, Riverside Choral Society, Cantata Collective, and Princeton Pro Musica, among others. Though known primarily for her performances of the high baroque works of Bach and Handel, she is equally at home singing repertoire of the Romantic era including Mahler, Elgar, and Brahms, as well as 20th-century and newly composed works. Her ensemble credits include TENET, Lorelei, Bach Collegium San Diego, Ekmeles, the Oregon Bach Festival Chorus, Ensemble Altera, the Crossing, Skylark, and the Choir of Trinity Wall Street. She is a founding member of the Polyphonists, alongside her husband, bass-baritone Edmund Milly, and their friends, soprano Amy Broadbent and tenor Matthew Hill.

This Artist performs in the following events:

Handel Extravaganza; Nightcap #1; Tales of the Night; Poets & Puppets; Meet the New Graf; Serenades at Noon; Mendelssohn’s Magic; Shakespearean Fantasies; Baroque Inside/Out; Nightcap #3; Historias de Cuba; Bach’s Mass in B Minor

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