Enjoy this ensemble performance by Princeton Festival artists singing “Do Re Mi” from The Sound of Music! Premiering here and on our Facebook page on Monday, June 1 at 9 am.
A graduate of Pepperdine University and Westminster Choir College, Kirsten Anderson appeared as a chorister in Peter Grimes and Madama Butterfly with the Princeton Festival Opera and is delighted to join the 2020 digital season.
Spanish soprano Paloma Friedhoff-Bello has an active career in Spain singing symphonic and concert music as well as recitals. Last year she sang under the baton of Ennio Morricone in his Iberian Tour. This season she is soprano soloist with the Film Symphony. Visit her website here.
Christina Han is a soprano and keyboardist from Queens, New York. She is a recent graduate of Westminster Choir College with a BM in Voice Performance where she studied with Margaret Cusack. This is her second season with The Princeton Festival.
“Crystalline and agile,” soprano Laura Kosar enjoys a diverse career as performer and teacher. Highlights include Gretel, Susanna, Pamina, and Musetta, solos in Carmina Burana, requiems of Brahms and Mozart, and masses of Schubert and Bernstein. Ms. Kosar teaches private voice and piano lessons and general music in the classroom.
Elizabeth Robbins is from Lawrenceville, GA where she completed her Bachelor’s degree in Music Education. She then received her Master’s degree in Vocal Performance & Pedagogy at Westminster Choir College. She currently teaches privately and through RMC Studios, performs locally, with her Celtic/Folk trio, The BlarneyGirls, and is the soprano soloist at St. Peter’s in Perth Amboy, NJ.
A native of Northern Maine, Rebecca is currently working and living in Philadelphia. In 2018, she was named a “vocal standout” by Opera News for her performance in Suor Angelica at Opera Delaware. Recent opera credits include Nixon in China, Dead Man Walking, and the premiere of Doris & Jenny.
Amy Weintraub is thrilled to be participating in The Princeton Festival’s “Virtually Yours!” You may remember her as Amalia Balash in last season’s production of She Loves Me. She has appeared in several productions in NYC and Cleveland. Amy is a proud graduate of Oberlin College and Conservatory.
Mezzo-soprano Rachel Weishoff is a “brave, weighty” and “marvelous” singer, according to Opera News. With Opera North she performed Giulietta (Les Contes d’Hoffmann) and covered Rosina (Il Barbiere di Siviglia). She has performed as a Studio Artist for Central City Opera. She holds an MMA from the Yale School of Music.