Charlotte Mundy, soprano

Charlotte Mundy is an exceptionally curious vocalist. Recently noted by the New York Times for her performance of “tart and gangly lines, well sung,” she has performed in forests and abandoned warehouses; once while playing a hot tub/balnophone hybrid instrument outside in the middle of winter and another time while wearing an 8-channel speaker-suit. She is an active improviser and has collaborated on interdisciplinary projects performed at Columbia University and The Kitchen.

More conventional performance credits include Judd Greenstein’s The Yehudim at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Cynthia Hopkins’ This Clement World at St. Ann’s Warehouse, and Howard Fishman’s A Star Has Burnt My Eye at Joe’s Pub. Her operatic credits include creating the title role in Ondine by Izzy Gliksberg, and appearances with the Luminato Festival, Music With A View Festival, Toronto Masque Theatre and Opera York.

Mundy holds a Masters degree in Contemporary Performance from the Manhattan School of Music and a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Toronto.