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Soprano Sherri Seiden, known for her sparkling voice, has graced stages across four continents. A versatile and multi-faceted artist, Ms. Seiden has performed effortlessly in the genres of Opera, Concert, and Musical Theater. Her first CD of Operetta highlights called, Lover Come Back, was recorded with the Slovak National Symphony Orchestra, and conducted by Peter McCoppin.
Upon request of composer/conductor John Rutter, Sherri Seiden was chosen for the 6th time as the maestro’s choice soprano for his Requiem at Carnegie Hall, most currently in May of 2018. Ms. Seiden has also performed the Brahm’s Requiem as soloist at Carnegie several times, as well as the Alice Tully Hall. Regarding Ms. Seiden’s performance, Mr. Rutter was quoted as saying, “With confidence and secure technique, Ms. Seiden filled the hall with a serenely beautiful sound much admired by choristers and audience alike.”
Concert appearances include performances as soloist with the National Philharmonic in Washington, D.C. The program included Mozart’s Requiem, Bach Cantata #51 “Jauchzet Gott in Allen Landen”, Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass and Mendelssohn Symphony #2. She also performed as the featured soloist at the Horatio Alger Awards at Constitution Hall in Washington D.C., and as soloist in Carmina Burana by Carl Orff with the Cobb Symphony Orchestra, Atlanta, GA.