Based in Tio’tia:ke on the lands of the Kanien kehá ka people, ʼ ꞉ Ariadne Lih is a queer feminist soprano who sings opera, oratorio, and chamber music from the earliest notations to the present day. Opera credits include the title roles in Handel’s Partenope, Cavalli’s La Didone, and Janáček’s The Cunning Little Vixen. As a concert soloist, she appears in ensembles such as Clavecin en Concert, La Chamaille, Infusion Baroque, and the Madison Bach Musicians. She has premiered small ensemble works by composers such as B.E. Boykin, Carlos Cordero, and Jonathan Woody, as well as solo works by Stephen Dembski and Tawnie Olson. You can hear her online with Lucas Harris as part of the Cozzolani Reunited initiative and with a humpback whale as part of the Uncommon Music Festival’s Conversations with Whales project. Ariadne also maintains an active career as a translator and writer of music. She has a B.A. in music from Yale University and a master’s degree in opera from the Schulich School of Music.
March 10 & 11 at 8 pm
Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre, 427 Bloor St West