Performance Bio

Angie Tyler is a Boston based soprano specializing in early music. Praised for her innovative ornaments and detail oriented musicianship, Angie sings a variety of music spanning many centuries from Hildegard von Bingen to Mozart to 21st century composers. She is especially interested in music by and about women, queer, and disabled people.

Angie has sung with The Boston Camerata, Amherst Early Music Festival, and Longy Opera Theater. Recent performances include Morgana in Handel's Alcina, a concert celebrating the 500th anniversary of Josquin des Prez’s death and her graduate recital celebrating the life and death of nine women throughout history. Previous performances include Second Witch in Dido and Aeneas, Mighty Miniatures: a concert of C.P.E. Bach’s chamber music, and The Play of Daniel.

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.