Noted for her “dazzling, virtuoso singing” (Boston Globe), Lucy Fitz Gibbon is a dynamic musician whose repertoire spans the Renaissance to the present. In recital and concert, Ms. Fitz Gibbon has appeared in such venues as London’s Wigmore Hall; New York’s Carnegie Hall, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Park Avenue Armory, and Merkin Hall; and Toronto’s Koerner Hall. She has also appeared as a soloist with such ensembles as the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, American Symphony Orchestra, American Classical Orchestra, and Albany, Kalamazoo, Lucerne Festival, and Richmond Symphonies, in repertoire ranging from Bach to world premieres. Forthcoming CDs include works by John Harbison and James Primosch on Albany Records; the collected vocal works of Sheila Silver with Dawn Upshaw and Stephanie Blythe; and works by mid-20th century Polish composers on Acte Préalable. She has spent summers at the Tanglewood Music Center (2014-2015) and Marlboro Music Festival (2016-2019). For more information, see www.lucyfitzgibbon.com.