Laura Strickling (soprano) was praised by The New York Times for her, “flexible voice, crystalline diction, and warm presence.” She created the role of Fanni Radnòti in the World Premiere of Tom Cipullo’s opera The Parting, curated The New Music Shelf Anthology for Soprano, and received critical acclaim for her 2020 CD Confessions: “Strickling is a soprano of consummate artistry...” (Classical Singer Magazine). She recently announced The 40@40 Project to commission 40 art songs by 40 composers in 2021. A Chicago native, Laura has lived in Fez (Morocco), Kabul (Afghanistan), and currently makes her home in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. More at LauraStrickling.com.
Summer Vocal Artists’ Series - Online
For seven Sundays this summer, July 11 – August 22, Marble will be blessed by the extraordinary artistry of solo vocal artists singing sacred gems in Worship live from the Sanctuary. You’ll hear music from Handel to Bernstein to contemporary songs that are sure to stir your heart. Join us online each Sunday at 11:00am – or later via live stream archive – and let yourself be inspired and moved by their amazing talent and ministry!