Mezzo-soprano Elizabeth Eschen makes her home in Boston, where she enjoys singing with Handel & Haydn Society, Emmanuel Music, and Boston Baroque. She has appeared as soloist in the area with Back Bay Chorale, Music at Marsh Chapel, Cantata Singers, Newburyport Chorale, Quincy Choral Society, Harvard Choruses, and in 2019-2020 will be seen with Rhode Island Civic Chorale (Messiah,) Indian Hill Music (Bach Magnificat,) and Back Bay Chorale (Elijah.) Outside of Boston, she regularly performs with Bach Akademie Charlotte and Oregon Bach Festival, and was grateful to spend three concert series in Germany under the baton of Helmuth Rilling (Weimar Bach Academy, Rilling Choir in Schwäbisch-gmünd.) She can be heard on many recordings with Vox Futura, as well as James Kallembach’s Most Sacred Body (soloist) and the Studio Cast Album of Alan Menken’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame. As a vocal technician, Elizabeth is a fierce advocate for vocal function education and has been teaching for over a decade. She has built several voice programs that support choral music with vocal pedagogy, and is in her fifth year doing so as the Director of the Holden Voice Program at Harvard University. She is a member of Beyond Artists.,

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