Noted for her “dazzling, virtuoso singing” (Boston Globe), soprano Lucy Fitz Gibbon believes that creating new works and recreating those lost in centuries past makes room for the multiplicity and diversity of voices integral to classical music’s future. As such, Ms. Fitz Gibbon has given modern premieres of rediscovered pieces, and works regularly with living composers.
As a recitalist Ms. Fitz Gibbon has appeared in such venues as New York’s Carnegie Hall, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Park Avenue Armory, and Merkin Hall; London’s Wigmore Hall; and Toronto’s Koerner Hall. She has also appeared as a soloist with the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, Albany Symphony, Richmond Symphony, and American Symphony Orchestra, among many others.
Ms. Fitz Gibbon, an alumna of the Tanglewood and Marlboro Music Festivals, is Interim Director of the Vocal Program at Cornell University, on the faculty of Bard College Conservatory’s Vocal Arts Programs, and guest faculty at Kneisel Hall (2020-21). For more information, see www.lucyfitzgibbon.com.