Keely Borland Headshot smPraised for her 'magnificent, expressive soprano sound' and 'requisite emotion, physically as well as vocally' (ShowBizRadio), Keely Bosworth Borland is quickly establishing herself as a dynamic lyric coloratura soprano.
 
She most recently performed the roles of Serpina in Pergolesi's La serva padrona for Loudoun Lyric Opera's 10th Anniversary Gala, First Lady in Fargo-Moorhead Opera's production of The Magic Flute, and joined All Saint's Church Chevy Chase as the Soprano Soloist in John Rutter's Requiem. Other notable roles include Gretel/Hansel and Gretel, Celia/Iolanthe, Barbarina/Susanna (cover)/Le nozze di Figaro, Flora/The Turn of the Screw, Lucy/The Telephone, and Bella Giretti/Paganini (F. Lehar).
 
Upcoming engagements include Rapunzel/Baker's Wife (cover) in St. Petersburg Opera's production of Into the Woods and Soprano Soloist (Gabriel/Eve) in Haydn's Die Schöpfung. For more information: www.KeelyBosworthBorland.com 

Diane AthertonBritish native, Diane Atherton has garnered attention for her "silvery and winsome" performance (Washington Post). Her "rich and ringing tone" and "magical singing" truly position her as one of the most exciting sopranos in this region.  As well as singing in the prestigious Kennedy Center in Washington DC, Chicago's Symphony Center, Diane has sung in every major concert hall in the British Isles, The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden and has toured extensively throughout Europe, recorded for TV and radio as well as many of the major record labels including EMI and Naxos.  Her vocal dexterity and flexibility illustrated by the wide variety of repertoire she has sung. 

Margot Rood

Margot Rood, hailed for her “luminosity and grace” by The New York Times, performs a wide range of repertoire across American stages. Following her solo debut at Boston’s Symphony Hall in 2011, she has been a frequent soloist with Handel and Haydn Society under the direction of conductor Harry Christophers. 

annie small 24Soprano Annie Simon is a native of Washington, DC, where she started her performance career early as a child actress in professional musical theater and plays, including the Kennedy Center's production of "Sunday in the Park with George" during the 2002 Sondheim Festival. Annie developed a love of early music as a professional chorister in the Washington National Cathedral Choir of Men and Girls between 2000 and 2004.

Amy BroadbentWith a voice that "shimmers," (DC Metro Theater Arts), soprano Amy Nicole Broadbent is a versatile performer who excels in a variety of performance settings, from the concert stage to chamber music to opera.