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Performance Bio

Angie Tyler is a Boston-based soprano specializing in early music. Praised for her innovative ornaments and detail-oriented musicianship, Angie is especially interested in music by and about women, queer, and disabled people. 

As a soloist Angie has sung with The Boston Camerata, Seven Times Salt, Newton Baroque, and on SoHIP’s summer concert series. Favorite performances include the role of Morgana in Handel’s Alcina and her Master’s recital exploring the life and death of nine different women throughout history. 

Angie is a co-founder of The Pandora Consort, a new early music ensemble dedicated to innovative performances and underrepresented music. Upcoming performances include Vox Feminae: Songs of Powerful Women on the BEMF Fringe Concert Series and The Witching Hour with SoHIP summer concert series.

Angie holds a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from Cairn University and in 2021 earned a Master of Music in Historical Performance at Longy School of Music of Bard College studying with Pamela Dellal.

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