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NELL SNAIDAS

A graduate of the Mannes College of Music, soprano Nell Snaidas began her professional career at sixteen as a soloist in a statewide tour of the New Jersey Opera Theater. She then sang leading roles with Repertorio Espanol, New York’s renowned zarzuela company, and she also starred in the Thalia Spanish Theater’s production of Francisco Alonso’s Las Leandras at the International Zarzuela Festival at the Chamizal in El Paso. She has sung with early-music ensembles including ARTEK, the New York Ensemble for Early Music, and Ex Umbris. In 2001 she was featured in an evening of Yiddish divas at Lincoln Center’s Damrosch Park, and in 2002 at New York’s Folksbiene she sang in an evening of Yiddish operetta by Abraham Goldfaden.


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