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Janna Baty
May 14, 2018The Work.Do not depend on the hope of results.

As you get used to this idea, you start more and more to concentrate not on the results but on the value, the rightness, the truth of the work itself. And there, too, a great deal has to be gone through, as gradually you struggle less and less for an idea and more and more for specific people.

It is the reality of personal relationships that saves everything...

Think of this more, and gradually you will be free from the need to prove yourself, and you can be more open to the power that will work through you without your knowing it.

-- Thomas Merton, excerpted from "Letter to a young activist"

This may just have easily been titled "Letter to a young ARTIST" (or an OLD artist). What do you think?

April 27, 2018A moment to brag on my wonderful students (including my favorite one)!This is the time of year when things get exciting as students find out where they're headed, both in the short and long term!

My student Madeline Lemberg has accepted a prestigious job at Yale for next year (details cannot yet be divulged!). Isobel Anthony will be spending a semester abroad in Italy next fall. Jared Michaud has landed a spot in the summer vocal program run by Yale in Vienna, Austria and secured all the funding to do so. Sara Speller has secured funding for research in North and South Carolina in support of her thesis. Former students Emily Misch and Terrence Chin-Loy were both semi-finalists in the Metropolitan Opera National Council competition, with Emily going onto the finals! And very exciting... Courtney Sanders has been accepted to Mannes College of Music for her Master's degree!

But I am far and away proudest of my SON, Charlie, for being named Student of the Quarter at school... this was a long time coming and I couldn't be prouder of my beauty and his hard work!

April 19, 2018Wrapping up a busy season!One thing I love about having a life and career that revolves around the academic calendar is the structure it gives to the year. Time really flies by. But on the other hand... time really flies by. And before you know it, you're on the verge of saying "goodbye" to beloved graduating students and (gulp) gearing up for next year. I've been lucky to have many exciting engagements this season, and plenty of cool projects here at Yale. I feel very fortunate! But I'm also looking forward to a little downtime--and in particular to time to spend with my kiddo!--and to a summer in the city. For the first time since college I'll be heading to Italy: in July I'm joining a group of friends old and new to do some hiking and sightseeing in the Dolomites. For fun! Imagine! Feels strange to me to be traveling NOT to work but just to have fun. I have a feeling it'll be something I could get used to...


Praised by the Boston Globe for “a rich, viola-like tone and a rapturous, luminous lyricism,” mezzo-soprano Janna Baty enjoys an exceptionally versatile career as a mezzo soprano and as an educator. She has sung with Boston Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Daejeon Philharmonic, Hamburgische Staatsoper, L’Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Tallahassee Symphony, Tuscaloosa Symphony, South Florida Symphony, Longwood Symphony, Hartford Symphony, the Orquesta Filarmónica de Bogotá, Opera Theatre of St. Louis, Eugene Opera, Opera North, and Boston Lyric Opera. She has sung under the batons of James Levine, Seiji Ozawa, Michel Plasson, Carl Davis, Robert Spano, Steuart Bedford, Stephen Lord, Stefan Asbury, Gil Rose, David Hoose, and Shinik Hahm, among numerous others. As a soloist, chamber musician, and recitalist, she has performed at festivals worldwide, including the Aldeburgh and Britten Festivals in England, the Varna Festival in Bulgaria, the Semanas Musicales de Frutillar Festival in Chile, and the Tanglewood, Norfolk, Monadnock, and Coastal Carolina festivals in the United States. A noted specialist in contemporary music, Ms. Baty has worked alongside many celebrated composers, including John Harbison, Bernard Rands, Yehudi Wyner, Sydney Hodkinson, Peter Child, Reza Vali, Paul Salerni, and Paul Moravec, on performances of their music.

Ms. Baty is very proud to have enjoyed a long collaboration with conductor Gil Rose and Boston Modern Orchestra Project, and with them has recorded the critically lauded Vali: Folk Songs (sung in Persian); Lukas Foss’ opera Griffelkin; the world-premiere recording of Eric Sawyer’s Civil War-era opera Our American Cousin; and John Harbison’s Mirabai Songs. A BMOP recording, "Reza Vali: Towards That Endless Plain", on which Ms. Baty is prominently featured, was one of NPR Classical's 10 Favorite Albums of 2013.

An alumna of Oberlin College and the Yale School of Music, she began her career as a teacher at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and joined the faculty of the Yale School of Music in 2008.



As Lady Jane in "Patience" with Odyssey Opera (Boston)
"As Lady Jane, powerhouse JANNA BATY showed off talents including a mulled-wine mezzo voice, deliciously rolled Rs, a sassy cello solo at the beginning of Act II, and amazing comedic chemistry with Engebreth. The two were applauded back out for an even more ridiculous encore of “So go to him and say to him”.Zoë MadonnaThe Boston Globe
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"Janna Baty came close to stealing the show – no mean feat with everyone performing at such a high level. Lady Jane is the most sympathetic of Gilbert’s older women, thanks mostly to Sullivan’s sympathetic setting of her words, particularly “Silvered is the raven hair”, which is Marschallin-like in its lament at the passage of time. Baty not only played the cello during the recitative, but she also transitioned smoothly and convincingly to the rueful elegy of the aria itself. "Kevin WellsBachTrack
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"Even Lady Jane (a stellar performance by Janna Baty), who is mocked within the show for her age and supposed lack of beauty by sexist 19th century standards, comes out triumphant both in character arc and stage presence. Baty and Engebreth have exquisite chemistry."Gillian DanielsNew England Theatre Geek
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"Perhaps surprisingly, the biggest hit in the show was made by Janna Baty as Lady Jane. This would be no surprise to anyone who has heard her in previous performances here in which she showed both her vocal art and her remarkable acting ability. I particularly remember the tragic role of the Duchess, extremely challenging both musically and dramatically, in Thomas Adés’s Powder Her Face in 2003, and the extremely funny performance of the widow Popova in William Walton’s The Bear two years ago.... And in the person of Janna Baty, the role of Lady Jane has an actress/singer who can play it for full strength and full comic effect. From the earliest production Lady Jane’s song “Silvered is the raven hair,” was usually performed with the actress holding a double bass, or perhaps a cello...Until this production, I had never seen Lady Jane actually play the cello while singing the number. It seems that Janna Baty studied cello as a girl, though she says she has not touched it for well over a quarter-century. Nonetheless, her determined performance on the instrument played right into the character of Lady Jane and made the number one of the highlights of the show. So overwhelming was the audience response that she actually broke character and returned to the stage to take a bow before the show could continue. And, amidst a cast received with great enthusiasm during the curtain calls, the response to her appearance was utterly ecstatic."Steven LedbetterThe Boston Musical Intelligencer
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For "Mirabai Songs" on "Harbison: Full Moon in March"
"The words and the mezzo-soprano are entirely clear (JANNA BATY in this recording does wonders with this role)."Thomas HealyClassical Voice of New England
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As Hermione in "Winter's Tale" with BMOP
"Among the standouts were Janna Baty, who was a lustrous-voiced Hermione."David WeinigerThe Boston Globe
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As Laura Keene in "Our American Cousin"
"Particularly effective is mezzo-soprano Baty, a vocally and interpretively commanding presence as the principal actress of the company. Hers is a rich voice, well placed and solid through the range."Charles H. ParsonsAmerican Record Guide
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"Janna Baty, as Laura Keene, the proprietress of the troupe and the lead in Cousin, sang with full, round tone and a strong presence."David PerkinsThe Boston Globe
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"Soprano Janna Baty brought a poignant depth to her portayal of Laura Keene, the manager of the company that presented Our American Cousin at Ford’s Theater in 1865. Beyond her consistently beautiful and intentional singing, Baty’s immersion in her character made the audience care about Keene. Prior to the performance Baty shared some of her research into Keene’s history that informed her interpretation, revealing the scope of Keene’s accomplishments in the development and advancement of American drama. Such thorough artistry enables such a transcendent performance as Baty gave.

Tenor Alan Schneider brought a similar blend of top-notch vocalism and characterization to the part of Harry Hawk, the actor playing the titular Cousin, who regales his British hosts, and by extension, the president and Mrs. Lincoln and the assemble audience of soldiers, freedmen, nurses, wives and widows, etc. with a homespun tall tale of Possum herdin' worthy of Mark Twain, in what was the most memorable set piece of the evening. Through their solid, bel canto vocal approach, Schneider and Baty succeeded in softening the edges of Sawyer’s often (and no doubt intentionally) angular and fidgety phrases, bringing them closer to the realm of singer-friendly opera whose lineage can be traced back through Barber, Moore, and Floyd, to Puccini and Verdi."Clifton J. Noble, Jr.The Republican
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For "Folk Songs Set No. 10" on "REZA VALI: FLUTE CONCERTO..."As Infanta in "The Face"
"Janna Baty, as Infanta, found a neat intersection of Broadway brass and the dark richness of opera's long list of mezzo-soprano antagonists."Matthew J. LeeThe Boston Globe
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For "A Mirror on Which to Dwell" with Auros Group for New Music
"The soloist was the extraordinary soprano Janna Baty - the sex- crazed Duchess in Opera Unlimited's production of Thomas Ades's "Powder Her Face" last spring. Baty has presence, intelligence, musicianship, and a voice far more opulent in tone and richer in interpretive possibilities than anyone associates with new-music singers.

She warmed up on two quirky settings of Gertrude Stein by Virgil Thomson ("Pigeons on the grass, alas") before moving on to Shulamit Ran's substantial setting of Sylvia Plath's "Apprehensions" for soprano, clarinet, and piano. The poem is about the walls that were closing in on the poet before her suicide - walls of white, gray, red, and black. They are related through thematic development in the music, which moves from rage to resignation and from pain to numbness. Pianist Nina Ferrigno and clarinetist William Kirkley let the emotions devour them as fearlessly as Baty did...

The program ended with "A Mirror on Which to Dwell," six poems by Elizabeth Bishop, glitteringly set by Elliott Carter for soprano and a chamelonic chamber ensemble of nine. It was capably conducted by Michael Adelson, superbly played, and sung with intimacy and exuberance by Baty."Richard DyerThe Boston Globe
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As The Duchess in "Powder Her Face"
"Janna Baty was outstanding as the Duchess; her soprano sounded glamorously rouged and exuded a rich perfume. Her characterization was complicated - brave, horrifying, hilarous, and touching; her distress was genuine and her dignity true, even in her most undignified moments. At the ultimate crisis all the Duchess could think to do was adjust her lipstick and walk out carrying the phonograph that represents her past; she was just as heroic as Bruennhilde brandishing her spear and mounting the pyre."

Richard DyerThe Boston Globe
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For Verdi's Requiem with Cantata Singers (Boston)
"Baty sang with a rich, viola-like tone and a rapturous, luminous lyricism."David WeinigerThe Boston Globe
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For "Le Marteau Sans Maître" with Collage New Music (Boston)
"Berio's "O King" is a sound-tapestry in which one of the threads presents the vowels and consonants of the name of Martin Luther King, vocalized atmospherically by soprano Janna Baty, the unforgettably concupiscent heroine of Thomas Ades's "Powder Her Face" at Opera Unlimited last spring... the voluptuous tones of Baty (often singing an octave, or even two, below her usual range) made the poetry feel accessible, the music absolutely erotic."

David WeinigerThe Boston Globe
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For Schumann's "Das Paradies und Die Peri" with Back Bay Chorale
"Mezzo Janna Baty poured out opulent tone as the Angel."David WeinigerThe Boston Globe
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As Popova in "The Bear" with Odyssey Opera (Boston)
"Friday's performance was largely carried by the vocal strengths and charisma of Stephen Salters as Smirnov and Janna Baty as Popova -- and one felt grateful to them (and to Simon Dyer as Luka) for pouring such vibrant life into this opera's relatively slight frame."Jeremy EichlerThe Boston Globe
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"In the role of Popova, Janna Baty was nothing short of superb. This is a role that demands a singing actress who can straddle the fine line between overplaying the character’s wild swings of mood and reducing the part to parody. Baty pulled it off: whether lamenting Popova’s widowhood through tears and laughter or listing her grievances against her late husband (in the snappy aria, “I was a constant, faithful wife”) or falling – by degrees – for Smirnov, she was wholly convincing. Hers was a tour-de-force performance, fully lived in, oftentimes brilliantly funny but totally sympathetic."Jonathan BlumhoferFuse Concert Reviews
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"As the widow Popova, soprano Janna Baty extravagantly warbled and blubbered over portraits of her late husband and of her horse, making it clear which one she held in higher affection. A smart comedienne, Baty was not above borrowing a page or two from Miss Piggy, alternately wheedling and raging as she confronted the oafish landowner Smirnov and his demands for repayment of her husband’s debt. "David WrightBoston Classical Review
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Mezzo Janna Baty as Popova and baritone Stephen Salters as Smirnov are both well-known to local operagoers for their rich, superbly trained voices, their musicianship, and their acting ability. Just to name one earlier occasion in which they were featured here, Baty played the role of the Duchess in the 2003 production of Powder Her Face... [Baty and Salters are] at the peak of singing actors currently active in opera. Baty and Salters both fully inhabit their roles in a way that fills the theater and positively forces the listener to attend to everything they say and do. Their diction is extraordinarily clear, making supertitles otiose, and keeping the developing story clear and very funny. In addition to this, their musicianship keeps them attuned to the pinpoint parodic touches in the orchestra, many of which are very precisely timed. The orchestra—directed with humor and elan by Gil Rose—and the singers create moments of laughter precisely because the timing is so exact."Steven LedbetterThe Boston Musical Intelligencer
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"Sparks kept flying between mezzo-soprano Janna Baty, who could bring down the house with the twitch of a single eyebrow (and she’s got a lot more than an eyebrow to work with), and baritone Stephen Salters, the vocal and physical embodiment of the title role. The electricity between these two was an object lesson for any singers who share a stage."Lloyd SchwartzNew York Arts
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As Berta in "Il barbiere di Siviglia" with Boston Lyric Opera
"Janna Baty was scrumptiously sexy as the maid Berta."David WeinigerThe Boston Globe
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For Berio's "Circles" and "Folk Songs" with Collage New Music
Soprano Janna Baty, expertly delighting in the deconstruction of each word into its constituent parts, began by trading phonemes with Huhn's harp; her sounds and choreographed gestures soon brought two percussionists (Douglas Perkins and Nicholas Tolle) to vociferous life. The pair's development of explosive autonomy prompted echoes of the opening: a creation myth acted out, then ritualized. The performance was terrific, wide-awake and strikingly entertaining. With the "Folk Songs"... Baty's traditional singing and the group's untraditional playing were united with seamless ingenuity."Matthew GuerrieriThe Boston Globe
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As The Lady in "Cardillac" with Opera Boston
"Janna Baty's lush mezzo and Frank Kelley's edgy tenor pungently created the chemistry of the Lady and the Cavalier."Heidi WalesonThe Wall Street Journal
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"Janna Baty lavished a lustrous soprano on the role of the Lady, who lures a Cavalier to purchase jewels."Jeremy EichlerThe Boston Globe
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For Bach's Mass in B Minor with Cantata Singers (Boston)
"Mezzo-soprano Janna Baty... laced her “Qui sedes ad dexteram Patris’’ with a kind of theatrically insinuating lyricism"Matthew GuerrieriThe Boston Globe
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For "Phaedra" with Cantata Singers (Boston)
"Mezzo-soprano Janna Baty was the vocally rich and dramatically forceful soloist in "Phaedra"."Jeremy EichlerThe Boston Globe
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As Despina in "Così fan tutte" with Boston Lyric Opera
"Janna Baty, the Despina, has more of a natural Fiordiligi voice...she brought substance, humor, and spark-plug energy to this part. From Thomas Ades's "Powder Her Face" last season, we know that she is an uninhibited and original actress."Richard DyerThe Boston Globe
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Past Performances

Saturday, April, 07, 2018Beethoven Symphony No. 9Keefe Center for the ArtsNashua, NHmore info...
Friday, March, 30, 2018Mahler's Symphony No. 4 with Le Train Bleu and CreArtBoxNew York Society for Ethical CultureNew York, NYmore info...
Saturday, March, 17, 2018From the Ancient Valley: A Musical Program Inspired by Kurdish aCasa AzafranNashville, TNmore info...
Wednesday, January, 31, 2018L'Histoire du Soldat, in a new translation by Janna BatyGYPSCYNew Haven, CT
Saturday, January, 27, 2018Mendelssohn's "Elijah" with Newton Community ChorusFirst Baptist ChurchNewton, MA
Thursday, November, 16, 2017South Florida Symphony Orchestra: Celebrating The Great AmericanBroward Center for the Performing ArtsFort Lauderdale, FL
Wednesday, November, 15, 2017South Florida Symphony Orchestra: Celebrating The Great AmericanKey West High SchoolKey West, FL
Tuesday, November, 14, 2017South Florida Symphony Orchestra: Celebrating The Great AmericanSpanish River Worship CenterFort Lauderdale, FL
Wednesday, November, 08, 2017All Schumann Recital with Peter Frankl and Randall ScarlattaSprague HallNew Haven
Saturday, October, 07, 2017Recital with Daniel Hobbs, PianoSprague HallNew Haven
Saturday, June, 03, 2017Gilbert & Sullivan's "Patience" with Odyssey OperaBoston University TheatreBoston, MAmore info...
Friday, June, 02, 2017Gilbert & Sullivan's "Patience" with Odyssey OperaBoston University TheatreBoston, MAmore info...
Sunday, April, 09, 2017Recital with Peter Frankl, piano, and Roger Tapping, ViolaSeully HallBoston, MAmore info...
Friday, March, 24, 2017Recital with Pianist Daniel HobbsGordon CollegeWenham, MA
Tuesday, March, 21, 2017Concert with South Florida Symphony
Monday, March, 20, 2017Concert with South Florida Symphony
Sunday, March, 19, 2017Concert with South Florida Symphony
Wednesday, February, 15, 2017Recital with Hannah Lash, HarpThe Whitney CenterHamden, CT
Saturday, November, 12, 2016Alban Berg: Sieben Frühe Lieder, with Yale Symphony OrchestraWoolsey HallNew Haven, CT
Saturday, October, 29, 2016Recital with Hannah Lash, HarpSprague HallNew Haven, CT
Thursday, April, 21, 2016Elgar "Land of Hope and Glory" with Yale Symphony OrchestraCarnegie Hall - Stern AuditoriumNew York, NY
Saturday, April, 16, 2016Elgar "Land of Hope and Glory" with Yale Symphony OrchestraWoolsey HallNew Haven, CT
Sunday, February, 14, 2016Ligeti: Sippál, Dobbál, Nadehégedüvel, with Yale Percussion Sprague HallNew Haven
Monday, January, 25, 2016Beethoven Symphony No. 9Parker PlayhouseFort Lauderdale, FL
Saturday, January, 23, 2016Beethoven Symphony No. 9Parker PlayhouseFort Lauderdale, FL
Thursday, January, 21, 2016Beethoven Symphony No. 9Tennessee Williams TheatreKey West, FL
Tuesday, November, 17, 2015Concert with South Florida Symphony Orchestra
Monday, November, 16, 2015Concert with South Florida Symphony Orchestra
Sunday, November, 15, 2015Concert with South Florida Symphony Orchestra
Saturday, March, 28, 2015Menotti: The Medium (as Baba)Yale CabaretNew Haven, CT
Saturday, March, 28, 2015Menotti: The Medium (as Baba)Yale CabaretNew Haven, CT
Friday, March, 27, 2015Menotti: The Medium (as Baba)Yale CabaretNew Haven, CT
Friday, March, 27, 2015Menotti: The Medium (as Baba)Yale CabaretNew Haven, CT
Thursday, March, 26, 2015Menotti: The Medium (as Baba)Yale CabaretNew Haven, CT
Wednesday, March, 25, 2015Menotti: The Medium (as Baba)Yale CabaretNew Haven, CT

Janna Baty has taught privately for her entire career, and in 2006 began teaching at the collegiate level. From 2006-2008, she taught in the Department of Music and Dance at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and since 2008 she has been a member of the faculty of Yale School of Music. She has taught masterclasses nationally and internationally. Her students have been accepted to Masters programs at: Yale School of Music; Mannes College of Music; San Francisco Conservatory; The Glenn Gould School at the University of Toronto; McGill University; The Hartt School; and The University of Colorado, Boulder. Her students have gone on to become finalists in the Metropolitan Opera National Competition, and have participated in a wide variety of notable apprenticeships and summer singing programs. She maintains private studios in New York, NY and New Haven, CT.

Baty specializes in working with singers who have undergone or are considering undergoing bariatric or metabolic weight-loss surgery.


For information about private study with Janna Baty, contact info@jannabaty.com.

For information about undergraduate voice study at Yale College, visit music.yale.edu.

For information about graduate voice study at Yale School of Music, visit music.yale.edu.


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Reza Vali
Folk Songs Set No. 8
from Reza Vali: Toward That Endless Plain
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Charles Ives
A Perfect Day
from Charles Ives: Songs, Volume 5
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John Harbison
Mirabai Songs
from John Harbison: Full Moon In March / Mirabai Songs
Boston Modern Orchestra Project
Gil Rose
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Reza Vali
Folk Songs Set No. 10
from Reza Vali: Flute Concerto, Deylámân, Folk Songs
Boston Modern Orchestra Project
Gil Rose
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Reza Vali
Folk Songs, Set No. 14
from Reza Vali: Toward That Endless Plain
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As Lady Jane in "Patience" with Odyssey Opera


As Popova in "The Bear" with Odyssey Opera


Headshots


Photos from Beethoven 9 with Symphony NH


Photos from concerts with Intersection New Music in Nashville


Folk Songs, Set No. 10: Song from Luristan - YouTube
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Folk Songs, Set No. 14: I. The Road to Shiraz - YouTube
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Folk Songs, Set No. 14: II. Love Drunk - YouTube
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Folk Songs, Set No. 14: III. The Girl from Sari - YouTube
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Folk Songs, Set No. 14: IV. Imaginary Folk Song - YouTube
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Folk Songs, Set No. 14: V. Mountain Lullaby - YouTube
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Folk Songs, Set No. 8: I. Lament - YouTube
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Folk Songs, Set No. 8: II. Children's Song - YouTube
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Folk Songs, Set No. 8: III. Love Song - YouTube
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Folk Songs, Set No. 8: IV. Song from Luristan - YouTube
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Folk Songs, Set No. 8: V. Lament - YouTube
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Folk Songs, Set No. 8: VI. Sacred Song - YouTube
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Folk Songs, Set No. 8: VII. Song from Azerbaijan - YouTube
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Folk Songs, Set No. 10: Love song - YouTube
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Folk Songs, Set No. 10: Song from Luristan - YouTube
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Folk Songs, Set No. 10: Lament, in Memoriam Olivier Messiaen - Y
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Folk Songs, Set No. 10: Popular Song from Tehran - YouTube
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Alban Berg - Seven Early Songs - YouTube
From November 12, 2016 performance in Woolsey Hall. Janna Baty, mezzo-soprano Andreas Stoehr, guest conductor
Il tramonto (The Sunset), P. 101 (1914) - YouTube
Monadnock Music presents Ottorino Respighi's Il tramonto (The Sunset), P. 101 (1914) performed by Janna Baty, mezzo-soprano; Adela Peña, Joel Pitchon, violin...
Gustav Mahler - Symphony No. 3 - Mvmts. IV. and V. - YouTube
Toshiyuki Shimada, conductor Janna Baty, Mezzo-soprano Eastern CT Symphony Chorus, Mark Singleton, Conductor Elm City Girls’ Choir, Rebecca Rosenbaum, Music ...
Charles Ives
A Perfect Day
Various Artists
from Charles Ives: Songs, Volume 5
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John Harbison
Mirabai Songs
It's True, I Went to the Market
Boston Modern Orchestra Project
from John Harbison: Full Moon In March / Mirabai Songs
Boston Modern Orchestra Project
Gil Rose
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