Postponed due to surgical procedure, all is well, stay tuned for new date next season.
The New York Times has called lyric soprano Sarah Wolfson “a keenly intelligent artist who sings with luminous sound and impressively focused high notes.” This season she will be appearing with The Metropolitan Opera, singing Schubert’s “Der Hirt auf dem Felsen” in Santa Fe, NM, as well as her recital at Highfield Hall. A graduate of the Juilliard School, Ms. Wolfson had her New York debut at Alice Tully Hall and has since performed at Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center, the Ravinia Festival and with orchestras in the U. S. and Europe. She is a member of the music faculty of Columbia University and also contributes to Sing for Hope, a non-profit organization that facilitates the connection between artists and charities providing a network of support.
Click here for more information on Sarah Wolfson: http://music.columbia.edu/people/bios/swolfson
Details coming soon for this music event, click here for more information on Sarah Wolfson.