Praised as “superb”, “luscious-toned”, “extraordinarily precise and expressive”, and “dramatically committed and not averse to risk” by The New York Times, young American soprano Sharon Harms is known for fearless performances and passionate interpretations of works new and old for the recital, concert, and operatic stage. She has premiered the music of some of today’s leading composers and her repertoire spans a versatile spectrum of periods and styles. A wide array of collaborations have put her in venues around the world. She is a member of the Argento New Music Project and the Curiosity Cabinet and has sung with Alter Ego Ensemble, Baroque Band of Chicago, Center for Contemporary Opera, counter)induction, Da Capo Chamber Players, East Coast Contemporary Ensemble, Eighth Blackbird, ensemble mise-en, ensemble recherche, Ensemble Signal, Juilliard’s Center for Innovation in the Arts, Larchmere String Quartet, Lima Symphony Orchestra, Limon Dance Company, and many others.