MaryRuth Lown, Soprano
Praised by the Boston Musical Intelligencer for her "clear soprano" and "tasteful dramatic interpretation", MaryRuth Lown, soprano, has appeared throughout the United States as a concert soloist and choral artist.
Recent performance highlights include solo features with Bach Akademie Charlotte, Arcadia Players, the Amherst Early Music Festival, the Harvard Early Music Society, the Handel Society of Dartmouth College, the Whitman College Orchestra, the Newburyport Choral Society, the Henry Purcell Society of Boston, Music at Marsh Chapel, Quintessence (Albuquerque), and Alchymy Viols (Indianapolis). She has lately expanded into recital work with the Connecticut Early Music Festival, the Boston Art Song Society, and organist Peter Sykes. She can also be heard on the Boston Modern Orchestra Project’s recording of Jeremy Gill’s Before the Wresting Tides, and Music at Marsh Chapel’s recording of Kallembach’s Most Sacred Body.
An equally passionate ensemble singer, Ms. Lown sings regularly with the Handel and Haydn Society Chorus and the Bach Akademie Charlotte Cantata Choir. She is an alumnus of the VOCES8 Scholars Program and continues to sing with the VOCES8 Foundation’s ensembles throughout the United States. She holds a Master of Music in Historical Performance from Boston University, where she studied voice with Aaron Sheehan.