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Instrumentalists:
Hendrik Broekman, organ and harpsichord
Mai-Lan Broekman, gamba, violone and vielle
Janna Fröhlich, harp
Nancy Hurrell, harp
Catherine Liddell, theorbo
Jay Rosenberg, lute, oud and percussion
Josh Schreiber Shalem, vielle

Singers:
Gail Abbey, soprano
Roberta Anderson, soprano
Laura Betinis, mezzo soprano
Anthony Garza, bass
Aliana de la Guardia, soprano
Elijah Hopkin, tenor
Teri Kowiak, mezzo soprano
James Liu, bass
Elizabeth Mitchell, mezzo soprano
Mark Morgan, bass
Sarah Moyer, soprano
Alexander Nishibun, tenor
Susan Byers Paxson, mezzo soprano
Adriana Repetto, soprano
Peter Schilling, tenor
Kimberly Sizer, soprano
Jennifer Webb, soprano


 

Adriana Repetto, Soprano

ADRIANA REPETTO’s voice has been described by critics as “…radiant tones sung from the heart” (Munich), and as having a “melting bloom” (Thomas Garvey, The Hub Review).  As soprano soloist, she has performed in Germany and Italy with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Bad Reichenhall and the Bell-Arte Baroque Orchestra of Salzburg in the passions and cantatas of Bach,  Mozart’s Solemn Vespers; Dvořák’s Stabat Mater, Mendelssohn’s Paulus, Händel’s Messiah and Haydn’s Creation, among others.  At the ‘Festival of Sacred Music’ in Lucca, Italy, Adriana was featured as Dalila in Händel’s Samson.  Regionally, her orchestral work has focused on the oratorios and operas of Haydn and Mozart with various chorales and university ensembles. In Boston, she has sung and/or recorded with Philovox, King’s Chapel Singers, Longwood Opera, and Boston Secession.  An avid recitalist, she has concertized in Europe and the U.S., most recently in Boston for the world premiere of Toward Shalom: Songs for Peace (Gustafson).  Boston audiences have also seen her as the Mother in Menotti’s Amahl and the Night Visitors, as well as a lead actress/singer in the Boston premiere of Diet Monologues: The Musical (Monica Bauer).  Additionally, Adriana has performed opera, operetta and musical theater in Boston, Maine, Ohio and the Spoleto Festival.  She is a native Bostonian and holds Bachelor’s degrees both in music (voice) and religion from Oberlin College and Conservatory and a Master of Music in voice from Boston University.  She has studied with Richard Miller, Phyllis Curtin and Helen Hodam.  Currently, she is a soprano soloist at the Old South Church in Boston’s Copley Square, serves on the voice faculties of Emerson College and Buckingham, Browne & Nichols Upper School, and manages her own voice studio.  Adriana sang her first concert with Cappella Clausura in December of 2009 and is pleased to add her voice to its roster of gifted singers.