Sarah Moyer, soprano, listen, sound files, laudamus te, B minor mass, marsh chapel choir, collegium, but thou didst not leave his soul in hell, rejoice greatly, Messiah
Illumine Trio presents:Amid the Winter Snow
Featuring Sarah Moyer, soprano, Chris O'Hara, trumpet, and Katie Koglin, harp, in 19 classic seasonal carols. CDs purchased through PayPal, directly from Sarah Moyer: $20
Revels presents:A Revels Christmas in Wales
Directed by George Emlyn, this album is sure to make you feel right at home in Wales, complete with all your favorite folk tunes in Welsh and English.
Illumine Trio presents:Lux Aeterna
Featuring Sarah Moyer, soprano, Chris O'Hara, trumpet, and Mark Englehardt, organ, in an exciting album of baroque repertoire written for soprano and trumpet. CDs purchased through PayPal, directly from Sarah Moyer: $20
Skylark Vocal Ensemble presents:Forgotten Dreams
Featuring inspiring, but seldom-heard partsongs by Brahms, Debussy, Holst, and Saint-Saëns, it introduces Skylark to the world of recorded music at our romantic best performing repertoire we truly love.
The purity and flawless range of Sarah Moyer’s high soprano brought the narrative of “One December Night” to vivid life.
The performance wrapped up with a return to Mr Nørgård’s 1970s infinite loops, as well as a return to the much earlier sound world of the Baroque era, with Seadrift of 1978. The Whitman poem mentioned above was here heard through the truly incredible voice of soprano Sarah Moyer.
Charles Evans’ rounded bass and the bright, clear soprano of Sarah Moyer were particularly distinguished in solo moments. Indeed Moyer’s sound was well-nigh perfect for Baroque works and one wants to hear more from this obviously gifted singer.
“Solo turns by ...soprano Sarah Moyer were not only beautifully executed but rendered with moving restraint.
Boston Globe article, 5/27/14Making a living on the competitive church-music circuit - A soprano and a composer share their struggles and successes.
Article by writer Colin Fleming