Soprano Laura Strickling was praised by The New York Times for her “flexible voice, crystalline diction, and warm presence.” She has performed at Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center, the Kennedy Center, Wigmore Hall, Ravinia Music Festival, Tanglewood Music Festival, National Sawdust, Trinity Church on Wall Street, Opera America Center, the Afghanistan National Institute of Music, and Liederfest in Suzhou, China. A devoted recitalist, she is on the artist roster of Vox 3 Collective and has appeared with the Brooklyn Art Song Society, Joy in Singing, Trinity Concerts at One, and Concerts on the Slope. Her discography includes James Matheson, which features her critically acclaimed performance of Times Alone, and New Voices, the Billboard Classical Top-Ten CD, on which her recording of Glen Roven’s The Vineyard Songs was hailed by Opera News magazine, “Soprano Laura Strickling’s lovely diction and warm, clear sound bring attractive immediacy to this cycle.” Her competition honors include the Rochester Oratorio Society’s Classical Idol Competition, the Liszt-Garrison International Competition, the Positively Poulenc! Competition, the Schubert Club Competition, the Liederkranz Competition, and the Washington International Competition. For further information, visit www.laurastrickling.com.