Susan Vaules Lin



Soprano Susan Vaules Lin left the National Geographic Society three years ago to pursue the dual careers of musician and mother, and now enjoys entertaining audiences large and small. She has made solo appearances in Paris, Oxford, and other venues in Europe. In the Washington area she has been featured at the Kennedy Center, the National Cathedral, and numerous other concert stages. She has sung as a soloist under the batons of Maestros J. Reilly Lewis, Robert Shafer, Donald McCullough, and Leonard Slatkin. The Washington Post has praised her “molten agility” and “joyous conviction.”

Ms. Lin’s credits include Fauré’s Requiem, Handel’s Messiah, Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass, Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms, Britten’s A Ceremony of Carols and Rejoice in the Lamb, Brahms’ Ein Deutsches Requiem, and the role of Fiametta in the Washington Savoyards' production of The Gondoliers. Her solo performances with The Washington Chorus have been recorded on their album Sing Noel!, and broadcast live on WETA-FM. A frequent soloist with the Washington Bach Consort, Ms. Lin has been featured in their performances of several Bach cantatas, most recently cantatas 23, and 13, and 167. Ms. Lin also performs in the Consort’s Bach to School stage shows.



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for more information, contact:

Orff – Stetit Puella (Carmina Burana)


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Bach – Aus Liebe (St. Matthew Passion)



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