Grammy award-winning soprano Susan Narucki has been hailed in the world’s major concert halls by colleagues, critics, and audiences for her commanding and evocative performances of both new and more familiar works. Appearances include performances with Pierre Boulez and the Cleveland Orchestra, Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony, John Adams and the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Schoenberg and Asko Ensembles on Great Performers at Lincoln Center, and at the Netherlands Opera. A distinguished chamber musician, she has been a guest with the Orion String Quartet, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival and at the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, and with the pianist Joseph Kalichstein. Nominated in the Best Classical Vocal Performance category for a 2002 Grammy (Carter: Tempo e Tempi), her extensive discography reflects the exceptional range of her activities. In addition to her 2001 Grammy award-winning disc of George Crumb’s Star-Child with the Warsaw Philharmonic, and her Cannes award-winning CD for Best Recording of Works by a Living Composer, she may be heard on SONY Classical, Philips, Angel, Chandos, Nonesuch, Decca, Bridge, and many other labels. Other highlights include appearances with the Met Chamber Ensembles at Carnegie’s Zankel Hall, with members of the Rotterdam Philharmonic, at the Budapest Autumn Festival in James Dillon’s new opera, with the Sonoma City Opera in the World Première and recording of Libby Larsen’s new opera, and in recital at Yale with Boris Berman.
|KRENEK, E.: What Price Confidence? / Songs, Opp. 56, 112, 216 (Davidson, Narucki, Clement, Nomura, Hall)
|STRAVINSKY, I.: Histoire du Soldat Suite / Renard (Craft) (Stravinsky, Vol. 7)
|VIVIER, C.: Reves d'un Marco Polo (NTSC)