The American soprano, Molly Cathleen Netter, obtained her an ad hoc Bachelor of Music degree in composition and Contemporary Music Studies with an Emphasis on Voice; minors HP and Voice from Oberlin Conservatory of Music (2006-2010); and her Master of Music degree in Early Music Voice, Oratorio, Art Song, and Chamber Ensemble from the Yale Institute of Sacred Music (2012-2014). where she studied with James Taylor. Between degrees, she taught English in Kyoto, Japan.
Molly Netter, soprano, enlivens complex and beautiful music with a voice described as “crisp and clear, white yet warm” (Seen and Heard International). As a soprano soloist, she has performed with Julliard415 at Lincoln Center and toured internationally in Japan, Singapore and Burma under Masaaki Suzuki. Hailed for her “command of the stage with a full range of Baroque stage conventions” (Early Music America), she has performed at the Boston Early Music Festival, Trinity Wall Street Choir, and with the Yale Schola Cantorum under Nicholas McGegan, David Hill and Simon Carrington. She has premiered numerous works by David Lang, Simon Emmerson, Ran Duan, and Sven-David Sandström at The Kennedy Center, Yale School of Music, Oberlin Conservatory, and the Bachwoche Stuttgart under Helmuth Rilling. With a wide range of repertoire, Ms. Netter has performed as soloist with Yale Opera and Cantata Profana based in New Haven, the Clarion Music Society, Heartbeat Opera, and Experiments in Opera in New York City, and recently toured Northern Germany as vocalist with the Triple Point jazz trio.