Ms. Byrne just signed on to sing with the
for their 2015-2016 season
includes performances at Trinity Wall Street, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, a residency at Bucknell University and more!
Corrine's doctoral paper "The Rhetorical Role of the Composer and Singer: The Da Capo Aria written and performed through rhetorical devices" has been completed and approved. She is expected to graduate with a D.M.A in December of 2015!
Ms. Byrne will be singing the role of Lady Madeline in Felix Jarrar's
Fall of the House of Usher which will premiere at Marlboro College and have it's NYC premiere at the DiMenna Center for Classical Music in 2016
Ensemble Musica Humana announces
the FIRST ANNUAL
Early Music Day
Click here to see how you can be part of this year's festival
Anne Goldberg (New York, NY), composer, artistic director of Tempus Continuum, and was selected for a Jerome Fund for New Music Award for her piece para, a work for soprano (Corrine Byrne), trumpet (Andrew Kozar) and herself on piano, based on the junction of breath, movement and sound.
under the baton of Sir Simon Rattle in August 2014 with the Lucerne Festival Academy receives rave reviews!
Ensemble Musica Humana headlines the O'Carolan Festival
in Worcester, Vermont
Feature in NewMusicBox for performance of Marc Neikrug's Pueble Songs // article Marc Neikrug: An Outlet for Emotional Experience By Frank J. Oteri
on March 1, 2014
Feature on composer's
Lori Laitman's website
for performance of song "Jewels"
On April 30, 2014 Corrine gave a successful doctoral lecture recital on Handel's Neun Deutsche Arien, a work which she has now performed in Boston, New York, Houston and Philadelphia
2013 Classical Singer Magazine
National Online-Round Winner
Young Artist Division
Madison Early Music Festival
Handel Aria Competition Finals
Ms. Byrne is one of seven finalists
University of Wisconsin Madison School of Music
open to the public | Mills Concert Hall
Thursday, July 16 2015 | 7:30 p.m
The Scarlet Professor
Corrine will sing the role of the "Doctor"
A workshop of a new opera by Eric Sawyer
Arms Music Center Amherst MA
June 7th 2015 | 3PM
of Love | of War
Handel, Purcell, Scarlatti, Melani: Works for Trumpet and Soprano
St. Joseph's Church in Greenwich Village, NYC
CARNEGIE HALL: BEFORE BACH
Corrine will join the Tallis Scholars for a workshop/residency through the
Carnegie Hall Weill Music Institute
Performance Friday, April 17, 2015 | 8 PM
Amherst Symphony Orchestra
Buckley Recital Hall, Amherst MA
Saturday, March 7th 2015 | 8PM
the last five years
directed by Jennifer Aylmer and Timothy Long
Staller Center for the Arts FEBRUARY 13 2015
National Opera Center NYC FEBRUARY 15 2015