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SOPRANO

Ms. LeMesh recently won the Federation of Art Song Fellowship Award with her collaborative partner, pianist Allegra Chapman. The dynamic duo will debut their sponsored recital, Voices of Identity: Songs of the Jewish Diaspora, at the Zimmerli Museum of Rutgers University and Princeton, New Jersey. In 2024, Ms. LeMesh makes her Carnegie Hall debut as the soprano soloist in Poulenc's Gloria, with the Brooklyn Art Song Society, as Isabel Perón in Carlos Franzetti's Corpus Evita with West Bay Opera, and as Marie in Donizetti's La fille du régiment with the Opera Company of Middlebury. 

Updated February 2024

Ms. LeMesh's 2023-2024 performance season includes debuts with West Bay Opera, the Brooklyn Art Song Society, Carnegie Hall, and the Opera Company of Middlebury. She also joined Opera Philadelphia to cover the role of Nellie in Rene Orth's 10 Days in a Madhouse.

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ANNUAL HIGHLIGHTS

Opera Philadelphia

Fall 2023

Nellie (Cover)

10 Days in a Madhouse

Brooklyn Art Song Society

January 2024

Six chansons françaises & Fiançailles pour rire

Isabel Perón Corpus Evita 

West Bay Opera

February 2024

Marie

La fille du régiment 

Opera Company of Middlebury

May-June 2024

View video footage of LeMesh's performances as well as production and press photo galleries.

Media

WATCH SARA LeMESH

View video footage of works by Mozart, Massenet, Handel, Brahms, and more.

Sara LeMesh won First Prize in the Federation of the Art Song Fellowship Competition and makes her Carnegie Hall debut in March 2024 as the soprano soloist in Poulenc's Gloria.

News

CARNEGIE HALL | POULENC GLORIA

New England Symphonic Ensemble

Mar.

2024

Ms. LeMesh makes her Carnegie Hall debut as the soprano soloist in Poulenc's Gloria with the New England Symphony Ensemble under the baton of Nancy Klein. 

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GRAND PRIZE WINNER

Federation of the Art Song Fellowship

Sara LeMesh and pianist Allegra Chapman won First Prize in the Federation of the Art Song Fellowship Award Competition in November 2023. The dynamic pair offered a diverse program featuring works by underrepresented composers in a variety of languages, including Yiddish, Ladino, Polish, French, and German. They will debut their program, Voices of Identity: Songs of the Jewish Diaspora, at the Zimmerli Museum of Rutgers University and Princeton, New Jersey in the Spring of 2024.

“One of those songs, “Sveitaar, sveimen var Kvieoinen: ‘Koorwei, Koorwei’ ” pushed Sara LeMesh’s plush soprano into expressively guttural depths.”

THE NEW YORK TIMES

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