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Soprano Sandra Simon is at home performing opera, oratorio and on the musical theatre stage. She has performed in the United States and abroad with many leading ensembles and artists including Tafelmusik of Toronto, the Handel & Haydn Society of Boston, the Memphis Symphony, Red {an Orchestra}, Cleveland Jazz Orchestra, the Cleveland Pops, and the Baltimore Consort. She has sung leading operatic rôles with Opera Atelier Toronto, Cleveland Opera, the Singapore Arts Festival, the Ojai Arts Festival, American Bach Project and Chautauqua Opera. Her most recent recording with Apollo’s Fire entitled Come to the River was a Top 10 Bestseller, Classical Billboard Chart, 2011. She is accompanied by violist Laura Shuster, coordinator for Suzuki studies in Cleveland and Alijca Basinska, pianist at the Cleveland Institute of Music.

Role: Classical Artist 
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